I have been around horses for 14 years and I have learned a lot along the way. I learned that bloodlines do matter when it comes to horses, different traits and personalities stand out, good and bad, I also learned that Groundwork is the most important part of training a horse, it is not just having a horse walk, trot, and canter both directions on a lunge line. You have to be able to get the horse to move their feet forwards, backwards, left and right, yield the forequarters and hindquarters, backing up, etc. before you ever attempt to saddle them up. Having holes in a horse's training is why most people have the problems they do with their horses. That is why I do what I do. I get the joy of watching horses learn and then seeing their owners learn with them. It is the BEST feeling in the world!
My mission is to give every horse I own and train a solid foundation so that they can go on to do anything their owner wants them to do, whether it is Barrel Racing, Reining, Trail Riding, Etc.
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