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Welcome to Understand Your Horse

Understand Your Horse is here to help you learn more about horse behaviour, how to think like a horse and understand what life looks like from the horse's point of view.

The great horsemen, like Buck Brannaman and Ray Hunt have shown us how they have developed amazing relationships with horses.  They show patience, kindness and consideration in their dealings with the horse and are able to achieve some fantastic results.

Need Help with Your Horse?
Talk to us about your requirements as we can tailor sessions and courses to meet your particular needs.
  • Natural Horsemanship Training
  • Silversand Horsemanship Certification Programme
  • Individual Horsemanship Lessons
  • Horsemanship Workshops & Clinics for Groups
  • Understanding Horses Short Course
  • Help with Problem Horses
  • Individual Tuition for You and Your Horse
  • Equine Assisted Learning Corporate Training
  • Equine Facilitated Team Building Workshops
  • Natural Livery at our Premises in Dorset
  • Youngstock and Riding Ponies for Sale

Understand Your Horse is based on 'natural horsemanship' techniques and we aim to help you with your own horse by answering questions such as:

  • How does the horse gather information?
  • What can I learn by studying horse behaviour?
  • What is natural horsemanship?
  • How can I help my horse become braver?
  • Why does my horse lack confidence?
  • How do I learn new horsemanship techniques


Understanding Horse Behaviour

Understand your horse.  Problem horse Kitkat increases confidence with natural horsemanship techniques.

Can you tell what this horse is feeling just by looking at his body language? 
 
Click on the picture to find out.
 
To understand horses and their body language, first you need to be a great horse listener!


Click here to visit EAQ - providing Equine Assisted Learning and Qualifications

EAQ are looking for people who are experienced with horses to join the team of trainers and assessors.  
EAQ provide equine assisted learning programmes and qualifications, accredited by the National Open College Network, and are working with young people, offenders and corporate clients througout the UK and in Australia.

If you think that you have the skills we need, then we'd be delighted to hear from you. 

Visit the EAQ website or click on the picture to contact us today!
Join EAQ as a Trainer or Assessor.
Click here to find out how to become a trainer or assessor.