Training sessions to help horses and owners experiencing difficulties with loading into trailers or lorries.
Help for horses that are reluctant to have their feet picked up, or are difficult to clip
Training for bargy/difficult to lead horses.
General training sessions to work with you and your horse on groundwork and trust building. This helps overcome many problems that owners experience with their horses.
If you are experiencing an issue that isn't listed above above please get in touch, I may be able to help.
I do not teach riding. However many ridden problems can be overcome by improving the partnership with your horse on the ground.
Group sessions can be arranged
Prices for the above
£35 per hour Plus travel at: 40p per mile (round trip) - Payment via cash or cheque on the day of the visit, bank transfers can also be arranged
Bucking, rearing, bolting and napping, amongst others, can all be issues connected with pain/discomfort. The first thing to do is have your horse thoroughly examined by a vet, physiotherapist, dentist and saddle fitter to rule out as far as possible any physical or tack related problems
If you would like me to come and give a talk/demo/clinic please get in touch
Please Note - You pay for the time I spend working on ways of improving your horse NOT to cure or 'fix' your horse.
Is what I do classed as Natural Horsemanship?
You can be the judge of that
Some client comments
Thank you for the excellent workshop day in August, I really enjoyed it
( LF Lincs. )
Jupiter will now trust me enough to let me load him single handed
( JK Lincs. )
I took Shannan on a 45 minute journey and she hardly got warm, did not kick out or 'freak' at all. Thanks for making it possible.
( LB North Lincs. )
Sam is now a much happier horse. He is gentle, relaxed and a pleasure to work with.
( GS Hackthorn )
I saw a lot of people struggling to load their horses at the end of the day. I was very tempted to give them your name.
( JK Welton )
The girls were both shown in Duallys, the only ones without bits, and were the best behaved there. They walked, trotted and stood still when asked.
Thanks for your help in training them. (SB Rutland)