|Like the old saying "knowledge is power"! Nothing can be more true than when
working with horses. It is the key to a safe, enjoyable and rewarding experience
with your horse. Our horsemanship classes are designed to give you this
foundation of knowledge but more importantly to put that knowledge into
practice. We will teach you the skills that will set you apart and build confidence
in yourself. Classes are personalized to meet your skill level and are private, for
undivided attention and support. Each class is approximately 2 hours long. We
focus on building good habits, professionalism, and communication with horses.
•Safety around horses
•Understanding why horses act the way they do
•Effective training and communication with horses
•How to catch, halter and lead a horse correctly
•Basic anatomy of the horse
•Picking up and cleaning hoofs properly
•How the equine foot functions
•Basic and advance ground work
•Solutions to common horse behavior problems
•Safety under saddle
•How to saddle and bridle a horse properly
•Correct riding skills for all disciplines
•Understanding foot placement of our horse
•And much, much more...
Lessons are provided year-round at the beautiful Rosebud River Ranch, which is
conveniently located only 35 miles east of Seattle with an easy I-90 commute. The
Ranch offers a competition size covered arena with lighting to allow for riding
regardless of the weather or lighting conditions. The Ranch also offers miles of
beautiful trail riding in the foothills of the Cascades with spectacular views of Mt.
Si and the Snoqualmie Valley.
We also can travel to your location to provide classes at your home or facility,
using your own horse and tack. Contact us to set up an appointment!
|Contact: Eric or Yevette
King County, Washington
& surrounding areas.
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|" You have to build a clear line of communication, be constant with that communication
and work with their nature, that's how you build a strong partnership with your horse"
|Horse and Tack
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