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 Post subject: Top Trainers and Clinicians
PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 3:57 pm 
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If you have been to a good horse training clinic, we'd like to hear about it. Tell us what trainers you like, dislike, and why. If you took a colt or problem horse and had great success, we'd like to know who helped you.

Here are a few top trainers and their websites where you can find upcoming clinic information:

Chris Cox -- http://www.chris-cox.com

Peter Campbell -- http://www.willingpartners.com

Bryan Neubert -- http://www.bryanneubert.com

Buck Brannaman -- http://www.brannaman.com

Joe Wolter -- http://www.joewolter.com

Ray Hunt -- http://www.rayhunt.com

Curt Pate/AQHA Regional Experience -- http://www.aqha.com/association/experience/index.html

If you know of more noteworthy trainers and their websites, please add to my list!


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 Post subject: Re: Top Trainers and Clinicians
PostPosted: Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:47 pm 
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I know this topic is kinda old but since I'm a new member and love forums I will reply -

I like Clinton Anderson - he makes sense to me - very easy to watch - he's funny at his clinic/tours... he demostarts what it suppose to look like then he does the actual training on a untrained horse...

I've also seen a little demo by Craig Cameron - and I have gone a tour with Dennis Reis...

And since I own MFT I went go and see Larry Whitesell - for one day - but it was a 3 day clinic but I wasn't feeling good so I didn't go back :( but he's coming back in April so I'll get a chance to see him again...

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 Post subject: Re: Top Trainers and Clinicians
PostPosted: Sun Mar 07, 2010 9:56 am 
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well...since liverystable.net is my favorite horses for sale site, horse article site, horse forum and horse blog, it only makes sense that my favorite trainer is Kevin Wescott!

you can see his site at http://www.kevinwescott.com

I wish he had more questions answered on liverystable.net, but I know Kevin personally, and he has really cut his clinics and horse training down as he is working as a missionary on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota. But, that only helps speak to why I think he's a great trainer, because not only is he a great trainer, but an even better person.

I also think people like Curt Pate and Brent Graef are good trainers, but I'm personally not as interested in the trainers that are on RFD all the time - and there's a couple of them I can't stand at all. But I think there are terrible trainers and great trainers all over the place and probably it's impossible to know who the "best" is. I'd bet that if you knew the truth, the "best" is some little old 90 year old cowboy in Utah or Wyoming or wherever and no one except his family and neighbors will have ever heard of him!

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 Post subject: Re: Top Trainers and Clinicians
PostPosted: Sun Mar 07, 2010 5:14 pm 
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I have yet to find a "favourite" trainer just because my training method is a bit of a mix of everyone. I can say for certain that I am not a fan of Pat Parelli. I think that most of his traning methods are just common sense... take his "Horsenalities". Just because my horse hears a loud noise and bolts does not make him a "Right Brain Extrovert". It makes him a horse! Horses are prey animals and when they hear loud or unfamilar noises they tend to want to leave. Common sense!!


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 Post subject: Re: Top Trainers and Clinicians
PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 4:27 pm 
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EchoSackett wrote:
If you have been to a good horse training clinic, we'd like to hear about it. Tell us what trainers you like, dislike, and why. If you took a colt or problem horse and had great success, we'd like to know who helped you.

Here are a few top trainers and their websites where you can find upcoming clinic information:

Chris Cox -- http://www.chris-cox.com

Peter Campbell -- http://www.willingpartners.com

Bryan Neubert -- http://www.bryanneubert.com

Buck Brannaman -- http://www.brannaman.com

Joe Wolter -- http://www.joewolter.com

Ray Hunt -- http://www.rayhunt.com

Curt Pate/AQHA Regional Experience -- http://www.aqha.com/association/experience/index.html

If you know of more noteworthy trainers and their websites, please add to my list!





Specifically......

Les Vogt, Bob Avila, Teddy Robinson, Todd Bergen, for their training methodologies of the Working Cow Horse. Les has several clips on You Tube that are very informative.....discussing the stop, the spin, boxing a steer and taking one down the fence.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38QBI0y5HRI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEDUw4n1nO4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3ts5Dfs5Os
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVfkqiFDT40

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0-pizeyFBQ





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