There are only two emotions that belong in the saddle; one is a sense of humor and the other is patience.
– John Lyons
Horse & Rider Training
Developing Trust is Essential!
Obstacle Training Builds Confidence!
Building Trust is a two way street.
Standing in the saddle is proof that the rider trusts the horse and that the horse knows not to move unless told.
The outside of a horse is good for the inside of a human!
Eliminate aggressive behavior toward other horses.
Horses in harmony results.
Laying a horse down puts it in a vulnerable position. This can lead them to be more receptive.
Precise measurements lead to a better trim and much better hoof outcomes.
Coronet band quarter crack repair.
Club foot before trim.
Club foot after trim.
Chipping due to overgrowth.
Alternate view after chip repair.
After trim with side clips to help shoes stay on and to provide support for outer hoof wall.
Severely overgrown mini horse before hoof trim.
Mini horse after trim.