The other day I was thinking back to when I was a little kid, and every Saturday watching baseball on television. Back in those days there were only a few channels, and usually only one game on a week. I’ll never forget the announcers, Dizzy Dean and Pee Wee Reese. Dizzy was the color guy and even as a kid I really got a kick out of his stories. One thing he said really struck a note with me– that baseball is one of the few sports we play in this country where time doesn’t matter. There’s no time clock. You play nine innings whether it takes you two hours or four hours.
So, you may ask, what’s that got to do with horse training? Well think about it. If you’re lucky enough to work with horses without having to meet a time constraint, it doesn’t get any better than that. Think about it for a minute. If you are a professional who trains horses for a living, you are forced to push horses maybe quicker than you should. But, if you are a weekend warrior like most horse owners, you can let the horse dictate how fast they learn, and have a whole lot more fun and rewarding experience. Our program allows you to progress your horse in baby steps, and enjoy the ride.