Riding is simply the act of not falling off. Horsemanship is where the art lies.
Whether your goal is to gain confidence or awareness of how what you do is impacting your horse, or you simply need to get a few more miles under your saddle. I’d love to help.
Nancy rode for the first time at six, it took six more years for her parents to give in and Little Joe became the centre of her world – those years were simply learning how to not fall off.
For the past twenty Nancy has been pursuing the art of horsemanship and has ridden with some pretty fine horsemen. She has ridden with Ray Hunt and his perspective changed everything, she now rides annually with Ray’s student, Buck Brannaman. Stockmanship became another interest through working with Buck and Nancy has ridden with Martin Black to help her develop her understanding of working with cattle horseback.
Nancy believes learning from others is about hearing the right thing, at the right time. Gaining a fair bit of experience developing her own horses to higher levels of both their and her ability, Nancy starts a limited number of colts each year.
Horsemanship isn’t a wardrobe issue, so regardless of what your passion is there is much to learn about working with a horse to allow him to give you his best. I love working with others to help you further your own horsemanship goals.
Drop me a note or give me a call. Let me know how I might be able to help you develop the relationship you desire with your horse.