Colt Starting Challenge USA
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Private Lessons for you and your horse
with Russell Beatty,
Founder of Colt Starting Challenge USA
Russell comes to you!
To your arena or round pen
2 hours for $125
plus $25 for gas if the distance is over 1 hour
These private lessons are offered following each of the Colt Starting Challenge events. These lessons are for all types of riders, both Western & English, and if you would like your horse started & desensitized.
No deposit is required. You pay after the 2 hour session is done.
Evaluate & solve problems ~ Learn safety techniques ~
build confidence ~ education based on Natural Horsemanship ~
resolve trailer loading problems~ Unlock the secrets of your own horse ~
These lessons are about learning human to horse communication.
You are also taught to read horse body language, how a horse thinks, operates, and how a horse will respond each time to your cues.
Russell makes it almost magically easy, once you know these cues.
Its like speaking horse language.
Your lesson builds confidence with knowledge.
Horses are herd animals. Russell teaches you how
to get your horse to think of you as their leader, and to trust you.
Once they trust you they will do what you ask of them.
Two private lessons are needed to start your horse. Call 808-269-3408
to book your private lesson or lessons today.
My lessons are about learning
human to horse communication.
You are taught
to read horse body language, how a horse thinks, operates, and how a horse will respond to your cues.
These pictures are of a private lesson where Russell started, gentled, desensitized, and rode this horse in just
2 private lessons in 2 days. This horse received a total of four hours of training. The cost to get your
horse started by Russell with four
hours of Natural Horsemanship
training is just $250
Russell started this horse at a Colt Starting Challenge in CA and it has only had 3 hours of training by the time this picture was taken.