Helen Smith / Riding Instructor in South Wales, New York

Helen has been working with horses professionally for fifteen years. She schooled with some of the most gifted Natural Horseman in the country, such as: Bryan Neubert, Buster Mclaury, Greg Eliel, Charlie Bush and of course, the great Ray Hunt. She has spent many years starting colts, helping troubled horses and sharing her knowledge with her students. Helen believes strongly in horses being a joy that should be available to all who love them. Her lessons are family friendly and all ages of students are welcomed and encouraged! Whether you're a seasoned rider looking to learn Natural Horsemanship techniques from someone who came from the great basin movement or are just keen to get up on a horse for the first time, just call! All are welcome here!

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