Patience, Care, Respect, Trust and Compassion
Every animal has a unique personality and disposition. Just like us, we are not all the same. To have a successful relationship with a horse means that we have to figure out what works and what doesn't. It is not about winning or being right. Because we are the smarter half of the team, it is up to us to help the horse learn the desired behavior.
Working with a horse starts on the ground, not just in the saddle. You will need to know how to present yourself all the time. Your every move and decision counts.
If you have the right approach, painful and harsh methods are not necessary to have a horse follow your lead. They are herd animals and like to rely on a source that they can respect and trust. They will follow the leader, and to our advantage, that can even be a human. Even though they far out rank us in strength and weight, they will follow, if we step up to the challenge.
Whether you want to get started or just brush up, you need expert guidance to develop your skills. Anyone can learn to love and appreciate horses, you can start anytime, young or young at heart. A horse doesn't discriminate and will leave us with the same sense of pride and fulfillment.
If you love horses and you would like to learn how to build a relationship with them based on respect and trust, we welcome you.
We are a small stable and our commitment to quality is number one all the time.
We take very good care of our horses and equipment and will always offer personal guidance based on your needs. For this reason we want to stay small so we can run the program the way we feel it is right, and how it is intended.
We are living our dream and would love to help others feel the power and love of horses too.
Please meet our horses.
Below is Stafford our latest addition. He is a Zweibrucker. In the picture only 2.5 years. He will turn 4 this summer and is growing a lot. He is very interested in people and has lots to learn. He is recently lightly started under saddle . So far not much seems to face him. We are excited to have this Warmblood among the Quarters and Belgian.
Kasper is a sweet black quarter horse. He is 11 years old, and a really quiet boy.
He has a wonderful disposition. He was a trail horse. Now he knows his job in the arena. He is a great horse for beginners.
Kasper's laid-back, friendly and somewhat lazy nature is perfect for a starting rider. But don't be fooled, if you are willing to put in the work, he is also a lot of fun for more advanced riding.
He makes a great partner for many people. He will allow you to learn and make mistakes and will also do the right thing when the rider does it right.
Hana below is a 10 year old Quarter horse. She has an amazing work ethic and is very smart and athletic. She needs a job and likes to please. She is bold and level headed and has lots of drive. She is fun to work with after the rider has established a solid seat and gentle hands. Hana seems to do well in everything you throw at her.