Trailer Loading Your Horse
What you'll learn
- You will learn how to have better communication with your horse on the halter, a better understanding of to how get a willing response from your horse, and how to successfully load your horse in a trailer.
- This course assumes that your horse is halter broke, meaning that it will follow you when haltered and back up.
You think you plan plenty of time to get your horse to the vet and yet, you are late because your horse will not load.
You intend to ride, but by the time your horse is loaded in the trailer you do not have time.
You had a great ride but your horse will not load back into the trailer.
You are at the mercy of the situation when your horse will not load and always have to resort to gimics likes treats in the trailer or loading with another horse.
You feel frustrated, inadequate, and unsure of what to do when when your horse has trouble trailer loading.
You are a horse owner or trainer and lifetime student of the horse and learn from watching other trainers work.
You simply want to learn more about horses.
If you can relate to any of these scenarios, this course is for you. The step by step process taught in this course will give you the confidence and ability to work through trailer loading issues.
Who this course is for:
- This course is designed to help horse owners at any level, novice to advanced.
I have trained horses and started colts for the past 23 years. This has not only been my livelihood, but also my passion. During this time I have attended many colt starting and horsemanship clinics from some of the most respected horseman in the United States and also had opportunities to ride with some of these horseman in one on one settings. I have also cowboyed and started colts on large ranch operations in four western states. My business is now based at my facility in Georgetown, Idaho where I start colts, train horses, teach riding lessons, day work for local ranchers and give wild horse handling demonstrations.