I love my horse, but he…___________!!

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Everyone has a vice, a quirk and horses are no different. 
Horses learn good behavior and they learn bad behavior, and they form habits, too. The difference is there aren’t bad horses, just horses with people problems.
So whether your horse bucks, bolts, rears or eats your mail as you walk through the barn with it … we will help you find the solution you need. 
This might be a cartoon, but often horses are innocently taught to “count,” to rear or any number of “tricks” that put an unsuspecting new owner in danger. Hercules can withstand a head butt from a draft horse, you probably won’t be so lucky! 
Dangerous or annoying habits, or simple holes in early training, can make working with some horses tricky.  We’ll help you understand their language, see the early signs of a developing issue that are usually missed, and give you the tools you need to have a strong bond with a foundation for communication, so … you know… you horse doesn’t try to High Five you or run you under a low branch.

 

Picking up feet & Farrier preparation

  • Teaching to tie   
  • Fear of Vaccinations
  • Pushy
  • Leading Issues
  • Bathing
  • Farrier Prep
  • Bombproofing
  • Ropes
  • Catching
  • Mustangs
  • Worming
  • Sheath Cleaning
  • Food Aggression
  • Lacking Balance
  • Herd Bound
  • Trailer Loading
  • Balking
  • and more!!

During this very unique event Anna will show you how to see the signs of developing issues, communicate effectively with your horse and solve all of your problems… well… at least all of your horse problems.

“I’M THE LEADER.”

Tango, 3 month old McCullough Peaks Mustang colt, continues his 6-day foal handling training. Tango demonstrates the “whisper” as he learns his first steps towards leading. With his mother, Corona, ungentled, the training program takes its own shape.

Icelandic Spookbusting……….BOO!!

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Geilo Hestesenter learns the value of Anna’s Trust-based leadership & compassionate communication techniques. By sunset the Icelandic horses display their talents of formation riding. In preparation to starting under saddle & a local parade spook-busting secrets are revealed

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Reach Out to Horses Clinic Excerpts with Anna Twinney at the Colorado Horse Rescue, Feb 2009

Anna demonstrates some of the Reach Out horsemanship methods to help you create a trust-based partnership with your horse.

Watch as Anna demonstrates some of the Reach Out horsemanship methods to help you create a trust-based partnership with your horse.

Thanks for the great videography Bill Kipp.

Part I

Part II

PartIII