Hunter/Jumper/Equitation training and equine appraising. www.heathersquires.org
I can teach you the techniques you need to help your horse want to work with you. I am a Kenny Harlow “Training with Trust” Certified Trainer Class of 2009. The program was 9 weeks spread out over a year with tests given on each homework assignment. We were required to pass with at least an 80 to become certified and I received a 91. I can come to your facility or you can come to my home barn at Lochill Farm, 6120 St. Marys Road, Hillsborough, NC.
We offer colt starting and horse training based on safety, respect, communication and bonding. Horse Training by the month and a variety of educational clinics, hosted at our farm or yours. John is currently a student of The Vluggen Institute for Equine Osteopathy and Education. We also offer custom made horse equipment, such as handmade mohair, mane hair, and yak mecates, as well as mohair and mane hair cinches. We also offer handmade rawhide bosals, bosal hangers and hand braided kangaroo items made by Clara. Visit our website www.rafterjc.com
Foundation training using natural horsemanship techniques specializing in colt starting and problem solving. Boarding is also available.
Jonesville, NC 28642
The Colt Starter natural horse training method comes from equine psychology with common sense communication techniques. Our goal is to create a sound foundation for every young horse whether destined to be a Grand Prix jumper or trail mount. Better communication between horse and rider through basic exercises is a key to help the horse be a more enjoyable, respectful mount. We want all horse owners at all experience levels, and other specialized trainers that may later work with the horse, to have successful harmonious partnerships without force. Our goal is to help horses and owners enjoy their time together, and achieve the owners objectives. One of the results from The Colt Starter training method, is that your horse learns confidence and respect by learning to work with humans and to do what you ask when you ask. Your horse will be quieter, more obedient, and confident in him/herself and you, as the rider/handler.