Recent News

Weekly Classes starting October

Weekly Classes starting OctoberSaturday: Dog Obedience & Preschool Program (Puppy Play) Sunday: Horse Training: Groundwork, Liberty, Authentic Western RidingMobile Training (at your place) & Private Lessons by appointment 

The pet industry keeps growing. With more awareness of our pet's wellness people now look for holistic approaches in food, healthcare and training.  The need for better quality products and services is no coincidence. Pets are more and more cons...
Weekly Classes starting OctoberSaturday: Dog Obedience & Preschool Program (Puppy Play) Sunday: Horse Training: Groundwork, Liberty, Authentic Western RidingMobile Training (at your place) & Private Lessons by appointment 
The PowerPlay Elite Preschool Program for Dogs and HorsesWe believe that animals have an innate positive attitude towards learning, which when inspired instead of forced will foster the social and emotional skills essential for mental health and life success.The PowerPlay approach is animal-centered but human-guided. Respect for the animal is paramount.
The PowerPlay Elite Preschool Program for Young Dogs and HorsesAnimals, much like human children, benefit more from encouragement and exposure to individual matching activities than strict training or stiff lessons.To give open minded and caring dog owners or horse owners the advantage over puppy play, dog schools and too early horse training we offer in-depth education on their furry children’s development and our rather unique PowerPlay Elite Preschool Program.
A simple history lesson of origins and rumorsWestern riding originated in from the ranch work, mostly the work with large herds of cattle and horses. Influences from Spanish Conquistadors and Native American practices have played a part in it’s evolvement as much as the cowboy’s interests in Mexican and Iberian Riding, even Haute Ecole.The sky was the limit. To the assumption that their ranch riding had limitations thy would rightfully argue that they could pass a jump or train dressage with their horses and gear, but a typical english rider would not make it through a cattle drive.Important for daily life and work was a confident horse and rider team, able to manage rough terrain and situations which required the horse to act swiftly, using natural instincts, and independently. A horse’s Cow Sense has been of great value in cattle work.
 We know that first we have to learn to listen to the horse before we "whisper"We believe that authentic western riding is possible without reins and saddles
Trauma Relief and New Life Purpose for Dogs, Horses, Mules & Donkeys
 

Newsletter

Shopping Cart

No products in the cart.