I'm a good horse women, growing up in an animal rich family, dogs, cats, fish, birds, snakes, rodents, frogs, and any other animal including any strays that need food. My father trains dogs (owned a wolf mix), my sister works at a vet clinic, and my mother spending every summer as a girl on a farm. I have to say I love training all my animals, but horses are my souls true love.
I started loving horses when I was up at the Calgary stampede when I was three, ever since it's all I think about, I started riding, then their was no stopping me, smoothing out all the kinks in my first horse only four years later (fear of what, was swimming by summers end). I lost my girl to cancer and found the filly in the picture, at the time it was taken she was just three and she will be eight this year. She was a trip and a half, from kicking rearing and biting, she would corner you in the stall and she spooked at her own winter blanket. She was untrained, not handled and down right dangerous. We walked her around with two lead lines and two handlers, one with a chain. She was a wild horse that had never been told no, or bin given a chance... Well she found me. The little filly that everyone thought would kill me, sleeps with kittens in the hay and walks with only a flick of the ear with a screaming three year old on her back.
OK so I think I talked about my KD girl enough, what do you think?
My training Methods, I started looking into training using pat perelli, when I went to a training program with my brand new wild KD I was insulted and abused. Told that the only reason I bought the horse was because of her looks, not really the case, (if you want that story ask). So I took what I learned and moved on watching and working with others. I work with commonsense and informed ideas on natural horsemanship, with a little of my own flavor. I do free trials, once you decide, that is when we discuss payment and price per session.
Horse Training Ellicott City, MD