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Empowering students to be well-rounded horsemen.

What is a horseman? And why would you want to become one? Simply put a horseman understands horses. Why horses do what they do, react the way they react, and how to work with each individual horse and know what that horse needs at that moment. A horseman is much more than just a rider.

As a Natural Horsemanship Professional I help my students, young and old, lay a strong foundation for their horse. I help you develop a connection, a relationship with your horse that will lead to better performance. And I don’t mean just in the competition arena.

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All trainers are NOT created equal.  Unlike other horse trainers, Kelly trains humans how to interact with their horses.  I first called Kelly because I was having some safety issues with my mothers horse, Jake and I really wanted some riding lessons.  I was  just getting back into horse ownership after a 15 year break and I realized I needed help and that this wasn’t as easy as I remembered. I was scared that something bad would happen.

Our goal is to have good, safe and fun to ride horses and unfortunately our horses were getting unsafer by the day.  This had to stop and Kelly showed us how to regain respect from our small herd.  We do this thru natural horsemanship techniques and playing some fun and easy games that all of the horses already know – it’s their language after all.

I had recently worked with two different trainers who just weren’t effective and I felt like I was wasting my time and money.  Kelly is different.  Her methods have empowered me to be brave with my horse, to feel more confident in and out of the saddle and make learning with my horse fun.  Unlike other trainers,  we don’t lunge the horse to make them tired, we never are mean to our horses (one trainer hit them in the face because he could).

Our horses have learned to stand at the mounting block, I have learned the importance of pre flight checks before hitting the trails.  Everything we do on the ground and playing with our horses makes them safer and more respectful when we get on their backs.  I’ve noticed a difference in my horses confidence and my own.

Asking Kelly for her help was one of the best decisions and investments I’ve made in myself and my horses. I don’t have fancy horses, I just have a passion for learning and our horses now have a partnership with us and love to be around us.