TRAINING AND BOARDING
TRAINING SERVICES AND BOARDING INFORMATION
MARE care boarding All hay and feed provided in this price. Vet charges for emergency or other will be paid by owner in addition to extraordinay services beyond basic full care board. Contract and care sheet will be provided and completed before arrival. Stall and paddocks available. Small pasture may be shared. No Stallions.$4.00 day paddock only board for dry mares
$7.00 day stall board with turn out time for dry mares
add $2 per day for mares with foals
NO PUBLIC BOARDING AT THIS TIME.
At this time I am working with Larry Wood at Clear Fork Ranch for training our horses and outside horses at his farm. Located an easy drive from our farm... He has limited training spots available and have training horses going at all times. He works really well with the horses, no gimmicks, all hard work and hands on and hours of handling, hours of riding using common sense training methods that are very effective and get great results. Larry does all around breaking, starting, trail riding and shoeing They have limited space. Pasture board only, included. Coming soon, a full scale riding arena. Plans are in the making.
- Over 20 years experience training horses and mules
- Graduate of Oklahoma Horseshoeing School, June 2004
I have worked with horses and mules since I was 15 years old. Currently, I assist my wife in our home daycare during the days and train horses for people during the evenings and on weekends. My methods are very similar to Downunder Horsemanship. I spend a lot of time watching RFDTV programs and studying clinical DVD’s to continue improving my techniques.
MY TRAINING EXPERIENCE
Pictured below, Bobby Shaffer, riding first time ride, filly QT Silvers Rosette farm bred and raised filly.
see a slide show of some past horses that I have trained. Not all are pictured, too many to picture.
Training of our horses starts with handling from birth on. Our colts are haltered and handled regular and thus easy to train later, due to they are accustomed to humans and accepting of further training. They are handling with firmness and consistency, so they develope a trusting and respectful relationship. See Larry below with his kids, and how a filly we raised has taken to them, and riding first week of riding and first time to have kids around and on her also. WE have had nothing but compliments on how how easy our horses are to work with from outside trainers, due to the prelimary ground work and regular handling to instill trust and good behavior that we do with our horses here. This cannot be bought and hard to instill later. I give Larry credit for all his hard work leading up to this photo also, thank you Larry!!! This was not planned but spontaneous and a true sign that everything is working well in all areas from both of our input up to this point.