Our philosophy and
goal of Natural Horsemanship training is guided by four principles. They are to preserve the sensitivity, curiosity, confidence
and dignity of the horse through the best practices of Natural Horsemanship. This is achieved through psychology, body language
and gestures, which is the way horses communicate with each other. It is done this way rather than resorting to pain, intimidation,
restraints, and gimmicky tools and equipment used in the traditional training of horses.Our own horses for sale, as well as our clients, go through extensive ground training.
They learn to move forward, backward, sidepass, turn on forequarter and hindquarter, pickup feet, ground tie, accept rubbing
down with plastic, walk over tarp, trailer load, bathe and clip, and accept wormers and shots before they are ever ridden.
After completing ground training horses are more safe, respectful, smart, soft, brave, confident, and ready for the riding
part of the program.