Hi! My name is Donald.
For me, there is no such thing as a problem horse, only horses that have been taught bad habits by humans. One of my main goals is to teach you to prevent dangerous situations before they arise. If your horse is hard to catch without the use of food or treats, or if you must leave your halter on while horse is out to pasture because you can’t catch it otherwise, we see this as a human leadership error and not a horse problem. If the horse is cribbing, nipping, kicking, balking, bucking, rearing, striking, turning heels to you in a stall or just plain pushy, these are issues that need to be dealt with immediately for human and horse safety. Always remember, there is a solution to every problem. Check out the homepage for more tips.