There's an overwhelming amount of information out there on horsemanship and horse training, and I know that's confusing and stressful to those of you who are trying to do the right thing for your horse.
I think all of the information is put out there with the best of intentions, but that doesn't mean that it's all helpful.
Over my 30+ years experience in the horse industry as a professional trainer, coach, behaviorist, and "problem solver" I've seen the same challenges come up over and over again for people and their horses.
No matter the sport, discipline, breed, or the rider's level of training, the biggest problems are a result of the horse being defensive, and the rider being instructed to force the horse to do the task anyway. Somehow, most of the horse industry has lost sight of the fact that you should actually strive to be 'good with horses'.
I teach the missing pieces that help riders to become skilled trainers and horses to become partners, so that you can get out there and do what fills your heart.