Horses Redefining the Aftermath of the Recession – Press Release

A Press Release November 2012

“For the west coast it was October 2007 when HELOC notices hit mail boxes stating YOU ARE CUT OFF.  For the small farm, ranch, vineyard and small business homeowner who depended on their home equity line of credit to operate their business it was devastating and downright frightening news.  For many their HELOC was the only resource to maintain the purchasing of goods to resell and for others the collapse of launching new products, services and the advertising it takes to be heard amongst the deep pockets of big business.  Money dried up as jobs were cut, homes, farms, ranches and businesses were lost while horses were tossed into wild environments where they had little chance of survival.  As training opportunities shrank and the expos dried up with 30-50% less attendance reported across the country I had to redefine my business by taking in boarders and finding temporary jobs saving my farm and horses from the auction block.  My heart bleeds for those who lost ALL including their pets, spouses and dignity” reports Missy Wryn.

“Moving forward I’ve turned to the horses and ask “what do you want me to do”, “where do we go from here”.  The answer was clear and unanimous “let us support the people who are seeking their hearts for meaning and direction.  Let’s open the barn again to hurting horses and owners who are confused and scared”.   With the help of the horses we are a newly defined herd with hands-on, horse provided workshops that teach people money saving horsekeeping tips that have spared me the expense of a veterinarian visit for my horses in over 7 years.  Cost saving techniques to maintain healthy horses from hoof to tail which creates harmonious behavior that directly relates to training and safer riding.  Retreats for horse and non-horse people alike seeking a soulful journey through a horse experience without the pressure of riding.  Plus rescue rehabilitation for horse owners who are new to the challenges of the complex issues a rescue horse brings to the relationship.

The founding of HorseMAREship™ and Training the Whole Horse® are the pillars on which I teach and train utilizing a full spectrum of resources obtained in over 25 years of training horses, teaching people and corporate living.   My barn has many names from the Zen Barn, The Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia, to simply Missy’s Natural Barn, but no matter the names, methods or styles created there is no greater success than the joy and bliss of others as they experience the oneness, the freedom that is found with a horse” Missy concludes.

To learn more about HorseMAREship visit About HorseMAREship or Missy’s website at  Check Missy’s Calendar of Events for a workshop in your area or call (888) 406-7689 to schedule Missy at your barn or event.

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Nationally recognized horse trainer Missy Wryn developed Training the Whole Horse® on the foundation of Do No Harm.  Specializing in Iron Free (bitless-spurless) riding for both English and Western riders, Missy teaches safer communication and control while deepening the relationship between horse and rider. Missy Wryn is also the founder of the Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia, The Zen Barn, IRON FREE Riding, HorseMAREship™, Nature’s Balance Care®, and creator of the ALL-IN-ONE Rope Halter Bitless Bridle.  Visit for more information or call toll free (888) 406-7689


About Gentle Horse Trainer Missy Wryn

Specializing in problem and dangerous horses Missy Wryn is an internationally recognized Gentle Horse Trainer and member of the Association of Professional Humane Educators. Missy's Training the Whole Horse® methods & techniques and the creation of her widely popular All-In-One Bitless Bridle have been featured in media such as Alaska Airlines Magazine, Equine Monthly, Natural Horse, NW Horse Source, Stable Management, The Horse Show with Rick Lamb, Horse Girl TV and more. For more information visit Missy Wryn’s website at or call toll free (888) 406-7689.
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