An outside perspective



DVD’s, books, advice columns, the internet, blogs, and television gives us many different outlooks and advice when it comes to training horses.

While these mediums have their benefits, the simple fact of the matter still remains; horse training is a hands-on endeavor. The fastest way to become great at training horses, is to simply work with a professional in that field.

You’ll learn things like how to ‘read’ horses, increase your ‘feel’, timing, learn the correct body position, and also have access to that trainer’s knowledge from years of experience, among many other things.

I myself still learn from other professionals in the industry, and still currently have a mentor (and I believe I will until the day I die).

“Success in any endeavor does not come without the harmonious cooperation of other people.”

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Don Lindsay April 14, 2015 at 12:13 am

I have to fully agree with you on this. In this day and age we have lots of information at our fingertips, but it’s not the same as having a good mentor watching, and helping. The more info there is out there, the better for everybody. Keep up the good work.


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