Create Good Habits & Eliminate Bad Habits
in Your Horse!
Join Jan Snodgrass of The Excellent Horse on Saturday, June 24th from 9am to 4pm at Lightheart Farm in Marshall, Virginia to obtain the tools you need to influence your horse’s behavior by understanding how they learn. Tap into Jan’s more than 35 years of results-focused training and discover:
• The ways horses learn best
• How to read equine body language
• What your horse’s behavior is telling you
Through classroom discussion, demonstrations, and hands-on training you will learn how to:
• Train your horse
• Change unfavorable behavior
• Develop the behavior you want
No force is necessary and there is no unpleasantness for you or your horse.
$50 per participant
$100 per participant with a horse
*Preregistration is required
Contact Jan at 540.364.7673 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Want a safe, fun, and successful relationship with your horse? You have come to the right place!
Jan Snodgrass of The Excellent Horse based at LightHeart Farm in Marshall, Virginia has more than 35 years of effective, customized training experience. Using world-renowned trainer Linda Tellington-Jones’ proven TTouch® methods, Jan combines body work, ground exercises, and innovative work under saddle to resolve:
The behavior and training difficulties people experience with horses primarily come from fear, pain, fear of pain, poor communication, and lack of fun. Jan uses:
Jan creates a strong rapport with each horse by establishing a solid foundation of trust. She trains horses in the ways that each of them learns most easily and never uses exhaustion or fear as training tools. She creates willingness by making the training process fun.
Jan’s advanced-level eventing, third-level dressage, more than 25 years of experience using Linda Tellington-Jones’ TTouch® and five years using Carolyn Resnick’s Liberty training combine to provide a diverse and well-rounded training foundation that achieves exceptional results.
Monthly training, private and group clinics, lessons, and demos are available to meet your horse’s specific needs and your budget.
Contact Jan at 540/364-7673 or by email and experience an amazing transformation with your horse!
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