Quick Tips on working with Off-The-Track Thoroughbreds

Chill time can be critical Many Thoroughbreds (TBs) behave differently on the farm than they do at the racetrack. Still, if you’re looking for a good plan to begin on the best note, give your project a couple of months of turnout and gentle handling prior to hopping aboard. Recognize many TBs have not seen […]

Old English approach to young horse training

Excerpt featuring John Newborough from Turning Challenging Horses into Willing Partners due for release January, 2010 A bone breaker Most who have worked professionally with challenging horses have a story to tell about a charge to fix a horse that has hurt someone else who tried. “A man asked me, would I break a horse […]

Jutta Heinsohn’s dressage horse training perspective

Excerpt from Turning Challenging Horses into Willing Partners due for release January, 2010 “Even a professional is faced with situations that require trial and error. The difference between a professional and an amateur is normally the arsenal of information, experience, and techniques available to pull from. While many of the techniques are available to learn […]

Dennis Auslam’s Western perspective

Excerpt from Turning Challenging Horses into Willing Partners due for release January, 2010 Third Trainer proved the charm with Saddlebred Dennis talks about a long letter he received from a gentleman who had all but given up on his horse and subsequently concluded Dennis was a “gift from God.” “I had a Saddlebred that the […]