Many people want to be known as horse whisperers but I encourage my students to become horse listeners, for they have much to tell us and teach us. Please take a moment to meet our equine educators.
Leo is a very sweet and clever horse who likes nothing more than exploring trails. Steady and reliable, his versatility is suitable for beginners and up.
Nick is our Arabian Dreamhorse. He has patiently taught me and others to ride from our seat, feel what is happening beneath us and work with our horse, not against him. In this picture, we are working on our mounted archery, bridleless in a cordeo.
Indiana Jones (Hero)
Inpi is a brilliant Arabian pony cross. In this picture he is trying to bowl and probably explaining to his assistant that she needs to reset the pins.
Luc is a Thoroughbred/Quarter Horse cross with a sweet and kind disposition. Here, we are working on building his confidence. Note the float in the lead rope. Never try to force a horse if you want to build that quality relationship between the two of you.
Almost Willie Nelson
This Arabian/Saddlebred cross is “Always On My Mind.” I met him as a yearling and it was love at first sight. Willie’s charming personality endears him to many and he finds people very interesting.