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Hi <<First Name>>,

Thank you so much for connecting with us!

We’re looking forward to sharing with you easy strategies and simple to follow content that will inspire you and provide you with breakthroughs that enrichen your daily interaction with your horse. We hope you find value in what we do for you and your horse.

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LESSONS TO LEARN BY
BEHIND THE SCENES - CLINICS
CATTLE WORK TIPS & DEMOS

FUN RIDING PATTERNS

Materials needed: 6 Barrels (This is a great pattern to ride for calming a chargy horse).

Riding tip: keep the horse’s nose tipped towards the barrel.

Materials needed: 2 ground poles and 2 cones. (This is a great pattern to ride for getting correct lead changes).

Riding tip: start out at a trot until perfected then lope it.

MORE RIDING PATTERNS

If you have a horse in training with us :

  • Your horse is worked 4-5 days a week

  • Training includes exposure to obstacles, cattle & flag, roping, and trail rides.

  • You get weekly video/photo updates ($150 value)

  • You get 2 training/riding lessons a week with Bill included ($600 value)

  • Supplement service - supplements are supplied by the owner ($25 value)

  • Box stall with run or large pen with shader ($350 value)

  • 2-3 meals a day of alfalfa or alfalfa/ryegrass mix

  • Master Farrier On-site

2022 TRAINING AGREEMENT

If you are riding with us:

The value you gain is learning how to train a horse, finish a horse, round pen a horse. This knowledge comes from a 4th generation professional horseman and showman (learn more about Bill).

The more you put in, the more you get out of this program...and this education can be applied to your other horses…lasting you a lifetime!

RELEASE OF LIABILITY

ROUND PENNING

  • Why do horses bounce off panels at a full run not aware of the trainer?

    (Often times they have been chased with around with a whip or flag with no strategy and zero connection)

  • What to look for in round penning a horse: (horse should be focused on you, responding to voice or whip signals, head at or below withers and relaxed licking occasionally, not out of control)

  • What are the reasons for round penning? (To get the horse focused on you, let them release playful energy before you get on, and warm up the muscles and blood flow to prevent injury)

  • What is a pro horseman wanting to accomplish in round penning a horse? (focus, warmup, and evaluation of movement)