To Be a Horse Trainer Where Should I Start?

I often get asked “to be a horse trainer where do I start? Are there any books or specific trainers you recommend”?   Though I have a certified horse trainer program my first response is learn from any and ALL trainers no matter the discipline or style.   The value in exposure to multiple horse trainers and styles is you will learn what works for you while discovering your own style and gifts. Learning to train horses is only a fraction of what goes into being a good trainer, you must also learn about hoof care, health care, physiology and psychology of the horse.

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Getting your hands on as much information as you can digest will broaden and deepen your scope of who you are and what your gifts and talents are in relationship to horses. Also continued education is key to ongoing success as new technology uncovers deeper understanding of horses, our world and our relationships with ALL.

Learning to train horses is just the beginning of a lifelong adventure into discovering your greatest potential and talents, and remember Problems are Not Always Training Issues.

If you are interested in becoming a Certified Master Horse Trainer visit my website MissyWryn.com and click on Become a Horse Trainer.

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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 MissyWryn.com or call toll free (888) 406-7689.
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