Understand your horse so you can love him again.

Clear, science-based education for horses and horse people
so you can learn, ride safe, and enjoy each other’s company.

Horsemanship Lessons Horse Training

You Love Horses.

But isn’t it embarrassing when you and your friends are going for a ride, and he just won’t take another step?

Maybe you don’t know how to take your riding to the next level. Everyone’s got a method of riding and training. Which way is right?

Equitation science takes the guesswork out of troubleshooting your riding or your horse’s behaviour.

Everyone has a tale of a difficult or uncontrollable horse. Using science-based, ethically sound, and sustainable methods to resolve the confusion of horse and rider, I restore the pleasure that horse riding should bring.

Horse training is not a magical process; it is a systematic science.

The Truth About Horses, Andrew McLean (2003)

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Decide if you want lessons for yourself or for your horse (or both). Not sure? Email me and we’ll sort it out.

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Register for lessons here or through Colchester Farms. Register for training here. I reply within 48 hours.

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Whether you’ve just started or have ridden for ages, you’ll see a difference in your relationship with your horse.

Your Investment

Training for your Horse

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Horse Training

Training for You

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Horsemanship Lessons

Questions Answered

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Happy Clients

I was having trouble with the tie stall. It was so scary and I didn’t know what to do. Now I know what is expected of me, and I am happy to do it!

Jamileh

I was worried about everything. Now I understand what the lesson stable needs me to do to give their students a good ride. I love my job.

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