10 Years of Gentling Wild Horses with ROTH!


Imagine being pulled out of your home, away from your family and friends and taken to an unknown place where you are introduced to foreigners who do not speak your language. This is exactly what these symbols of freedom so often experience. By understanding and attuning to these magnificent creatures, and seeing the world through their eyes, you will begin to master their language. You will learn how to socialize them, create trust & value in a relationship and identify their motivation & learning styles. This class is ideal for those who have recently fostered or adopted untouched horses and can be arranged in your area.

Immerse yourself in a 7-day workshop. This is a unique opportunity to observe wild horses in their natural habitat. You will begin to understand non-verbal communication with the natural world, be introduced to herd dynamics and develop a bond through building a trust-based relationship. The young horses being socialized in this clinic have come to the class through various rescue situations. They have shown a natural desire to relate to humans. To make their futures less traumatic for veterinary care, foster homes etc, these young horses will be your teachers.

Follow the link to sign up today!



A Thank You Letter From the Pryor Mt Wild Mustang Center

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This year’s Reach Out to the Untouched Horse Clinic had the honor of a guided tour with the nice people from PMWMC. Going to see wild mustangs is always a pleasure, but it is even better when you have people who know the horses themselves. Such wonderful stories they shared about each horse that was before us!

Thank you, PMWMC! Not just for the tour but for all you do for the horses!

11, September 2012

Dear Anna,

Thank you so much for your donation to the PMWMC!

I so enjoyed meeting you again, and I hope I be there next year.

The Center has adopted two of the wild Pryor horses and I am watching your DVD that Nancy let me borrow.

I already have one sharing breath with me.

Thank you again, Anna!


Lori Graham

Testimonial from the Untouched Horse Clinic in Wyoming

I have met many horses and I have learned many things about them. The ROTH Untouched Horse Clinic opened my eyes to beauty that has stretched beyond the barn, and even from within.

The unique experience of gentling a wild free creature under the expert guidance of Anna gave me the clearest view of what a horse is. The compassionate methods brought the mare I worked with farther than I ever could have imagined. I feel confident in saying her future life with people has been insured to be happy. She jas found the benefits and without force or fear. Instead she has found her curiosity and voice, a gift that some domestic horses never find. She is setup to find her forever home and a joy in it.

E in WY!

Time is running out as our Foundation Class is filling up fast!

If you’ve ever wanted to learn the art of creating a trust based partnership with your horse…


Anna and AZ horse
photo by Lori Faith Merritt

Our courses are starting to fill up so if you want to join us for the 2-week foundation class, the Untouched Horse Clinic or the week of Foal Gentling, the time to sign up has arrived!   

Happy Summer everybody!  We’ve been having a great year so far with new courses like our Foundation Modular Course, our Colt Starting 101 and Anna’s new Animal Communication class focusing on helping your animal companions during their transition period.

And we’re just getting started!  There’s never been a better time to join Anna for our unique classes and programs.

We’re also very excited about our annual 2-week Foundational Course happening once again at the picturesque Ray of Light Farm in beautiful East Haddam, CT.  But the spots are going quickly, so if you’ve been thinking about learning the fine are of trust-based, partnership training, if you’ve been wanting to learn the true language of the horse, if you’ve always wanted to strengthen the bond with your horse, give all your equine companions a voice, solve those pesky behavioral issues and have a fantastic time in the process, you simply have to join us in CT.

No… really… you have to…it’s not an option… tell work you’re taking 2 weeks off in August and get ready for the time of your life!

The Reach Out methodologies take horsemanship to an entirely new level, incorporating body language, energy work, animal communication and other healing modalities; all of which will show you how to reconnect to your horse and yourself in ways you never even imagined.

Again… not kidding, you haven’t even imagined them!

Spend time learning the foundation of the Reach Out methodologies during our 2-Week Comprehensive Certification Training Program and change the way you work with your horses and your very way of life.

But if for some odd reason you can’t join us in August, you can also join us for one of our Train the Trainer clinics like the Untouched Horse Clinic or the all encompassing Foal Gentling Course.  You won’t find anything like them anywhere in the world.

No matter which avenue you choose you will certainly have a life-changing experience that will start you down the road towards the relationship and results with your horse that you’ve always dreamed of having.

Don’t miss your chance to work with a talented, supportive and enlightened team, led by Anna herself, committed to building and enhancing the relationship between horse and human through positive understanding and genuine communication.

See you out there.

Anna and the Reach Out to Horses Team

Reach Out to Horses

Trust ~ Partnership ~ Results


Pole Gentling

Through years of gentling Mustangs Anna has devised methods to gentle wild horses based on their communication system as well as their personal needs. Anna teaches the advantages of pole gentling with St Patty, a McCullough Peaks Mustang subjected to the BLM round-up.


The Mustangs are our symbol of Freedom and roam throughout the United States. Anna took a fortunate few to explore the Pryor Mountains, Montana in search for herds. We could not have imagined what we were about to see…we were calling and the Mustangs responded.

Mustangs need Pedicures TOO!!

Anna creates a positive learning environment for both her two-legged and four-legged students. Utilizing food as comfort St Patty experiences the values of human beings for the first time in her life – having been rounded up by the BLM. Preparing Mustangs for picking out feet & farrier work means taking their primary form of defense from them, their flight. Watch 1st time yearling experiences.