Samantha Jepson

Online Training

2020 has been one heck of a year, for everybody!

That said, this time of uncertainly is also a time of possibility.
Many have been afforded (good or bad) an opportunity to reflect.
We have realigned our visions and priorities, our dreams and expectations, and perhaps gained a bigger vision of who we are and what makes us tick.

The one thing that has always been my passion and primary focus is THE HORSE.

So what do I mean?

I love building that bond with a new horse.
I love that “ah ha” moment when the pieces connect and the horse is truly engaged in its new experience, develops confidence and a trust in you as a partner.

No two horses are the same, so what may work for one horse, or be standard practice in an industry, does not mean that it will be an effective tool for all.

Just as with humans, each horse has its own personality, style of learning, and limitations.

We as owners and trainers have the duty to keep this in mind and do what is best for THE HORSE.

Is the horse being sassy, or are we just not speaking in a way that the horse can understand and digest?

Ever wish that you could have some insight into what the horse is trying to tell you, or perhaps after a great lesson, you wish that you had it on video to review and refine?

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2020 brings with it a new opportunity for growth, for YOU and your HORSES.

No need to trailer in or navigate a time to work with your work schedule for a private lesson.

2020 brings with it the start of a new training series which you can process on your own time, at your own speed, and refer back to whenever the need arises.

“Courses” will address many aspects of training, and multiple disciplines, from trailer loading to advanced dressage moves: Preparation, training, and execution.

Are you ready to grow?