So you want to advance your horsemanship skills, yes? I can teach you how!
The best way I’ve found to advance horsemanship skills is through Trail Obstacle. This type of training has done amazing things for my students and their horses. And, it makes training fun! You start out working with your horse on the ground, then advance to riding through obstacles. If riding isn’t your thing that’s okay too, there are many benefits to doing obstacle work with your horse on the ground, and there’s a great sense of accomplishment when you see results.
Benefits for you:
*Develops your leadership skills
*Develops skills for problem-solving
*Helps you get clear with your body language
*Creates a better or stronger relationship with your horse
*Develops confidence when handling your horse
*It will help you gain your confidence back if you’ve had a riding accident
Benefits for your horse:
*Develops confidence and curiosity
*Helps to improve their balance
*Keeps your horse mentally sharp
*Prepares young horses for saddle training
*Helps horses that have behavioral problems under saddle
*Great for horses that can’t be ridden because of age or physical problems
This is what my students had to say:
“I thought that I was going to learn a few new tricks and tips to help me towards entering agility online competitions but what I got was a whole lot more. I never thought that agility could enhance my working relationship with my horses. What a team we have become. Even if you don’t want to do agility competitions, the skills you learn will deepen the bond with your horse.” ~Susan Engle
“My horse and I have enjoyed the agility course that we have taken with Kim. Her course has helped us focus on things we may not have ever tried. It has also improved our relationship and communication. The course is engaging, challenging, and fun for both horse and human! Kim explains things well and is very helpful for pointing out areas to work on and things we are doing well. I look forward to taking more agility courses from her and to continue learning and possibly competing in the future with her teaching and guidance.” ~Tia Fagan
Judy Heath told me that Horse Agility training made all the difference for her two horses. She said, without Horse Agility Training, she wouldn’t have been able to compete in ACTHA (American Competitive Trail Horse Association).
Trail Obstacle is great for horses of any size, also for mules and donkeys. This type of training is all about building a great relationship and effective communication with your horse. It’s not about pulling, yanking or forcing your horse to go through the obstacle course. Trail Obstacle will improve your horsemanship skills and build a cooperative partnership between you and your horse. You will be amazed at the results!
Obstacle work creates a Rock Solid partnership – A lifetime of enjoying your horse. Isn’t that what you want for you and your horse?
If you want to find out more about how to get started with Obstacle work or have a question fill out the form below I’m happy to help!