Simple Solutions for Your Horse in France!

Solve Your Toughest Problems with 

International Equine Specialist
Anna Twinney

27th & 28th March
Paulhiac, Lot et Garrone, France

Enter a World You Only Thought Possible in Dreams!

Spend the day solving your toughest issues and learn why Reach Out to Horses is the most unique and comprehensive equine training program in the world. Horses have their own language & protocol. Understand what your horse is saying and you can avoid and fix the most common mistakes. You will also discover why a trust-based-based training program is a more effective approach than the traditional dominance- based training.

You will uncover some of the most common reasons for your horses’ remedial behavior. Through demonstration, discussion, human to
human exercises and hands-on work with your horse you will be given the opportunity to create a tool box of methods and concepts to
successfully solve your toughest behavioral problems. Learn methods based on trust and designed to have your horse want to work with
you rather than feel forced too.

Some of the problem solving issues we may address include:

  • Haltering
  • Teaching to Tie
  • Leading
  • Catching
  • Loading
  • Crossing Water & Other Obstacles
  • Head Shyness, Standing to Mount
  • Preparation for the Farrier and Vet
  • Pulling Back
  • De-sensitization
  • Starting and Gentling
  • and more!

Learn the same uniquely designed and tested program
Anna herself uses with the thousands of horses she
has worked with for more than 2 decades!

Location: Cantermere, Paulhiac, Lot et Garonne
Date: 27th & 28th March, 9am – 5pm
Cost: Only €270 when you register by 15th March €300 after 15th March

To reserve your spot contacting Helen at
or call 33 553365296.

Awaken Your Inherit Ability to Talk to All Your Animals!


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