The horse is an intelligent, thinking creature who has feelings, emotions, perceptions, preferences, likes, dislikes, and needs. We have to get to know this horse first, as well as meet his needs.
There are some key aspects for getting to know and getting along with horses. They are:
What do these three things mean and how important are they?
How do we develop an understanding of these three things relating to our/the horse?
Good and safe horsemanship starts with getting to know the horse you have chosen or the horse that chooses you. On the ground is the foundation place of solid, safe and satisfying (for both parties) development. Often called "groundwork" it is less of work and more of fun. And lets face it, horses like to have fun; but so often their experience with humans just involves "work". Time to lighten up a little and have some fun. Start dancing. Build the relationship so that both parties are enjoying their time together.
If you would like some guidance or assistance with learning good and safe horsemanship, we would be pleased to help.
If you don't have your own horse but would like to start learing these things, then a member of our herd can assist you on this journey.
What will this cost?
Hourly One-on-One $60 per hour
Hourly Groups $40 per hour per person (max of 4 people)
Half Day One-on-One Three hours $150 per person
Half Day Groups Three Hours $80 per person (max of 4 people)
Full Day One-on-One Two x Three Hour sessions $280
Full Day Groups Two x Three Hour sessions $160 per person (max of 4 people)
Travel costs will apply for training at your property.
Contact us to learn more about our Good Horsemanship Program for Humans and Horses.
Glenn and Kelly
Ph: 02 6071 0210
** Please note that rates are subject to change without notice, although ever effort is made to maintain currency on this site
Address 149 Waterfall Creek Rd Tallangatta Valley VIC 3701 Australia
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Last updated September 8, 2016