Sharing three decades of her horsemanship training approaches and rider coaching theories via her blog. Sam offers distance and online video horsemanship courses, horse webinars, equine video coaching, horsemanship clinics worldwide, equine-related telephone consultations, and Individual Remote Horse Coach instruction.
Please join me for my new group conference call series!
Date & Topic:
Saturday April 12th 10-10:45am PST Mental Availability in both Horses and Humans
Saturday April 19th 10-10:45am PST Humans Having Intention
Saturday April 26th10-10:45am PST Clarifying communication between Humans and Horses
How long is each call?
Each call will be 45 minutes and each one will be recorded so that if you are unable to participate during the entire call or if you’d like to replay it at a later date you can.
How does it work?
After registering (see below) you will be provided detailed instructions for calling and participating. It will be a relaxed discussion based on the designated topic followed by Q & A from participants time permitting.
Does the call cost anything?
I am charging $5 via PayPal. The conference call is long distance so call charges are according to your telephone carrier.
How do I register?
Once your payment is made via PayPal you will receive a confirmation number. Email me the confirmation number from your payment, and I’ll email you the conference call information. That’s it!
Can I register for all three calls at the same time?
Yes, click the PayPal link below and you will can pick your payment option for one, two or all three calls.
I will send out reminder notices to participants the Monday and Friday before each call.
Thank you for your participation. I look forward to speaking with you soon!
I am the first to admit that I’m quite resistant to most
“step by step” methods of training.I
find that although what/how you ask something of your horse may “seem initially
clear” with a one, two, three type of instruction, due to the focus of the end
goal, it also limits a person’s perspective in seeing what is ACTUALLY
happening in what I call “real-time.”Often
the horse doesn’t act/react as shown or explained in the article or TV show,
and the person is at a loss as to what to do next with their horse.If there is a lack of understanding as to the
how whats and whys someone is doing something with their horse, it leaves a
lot of room for miscommunication.