Check out our Clinic pages for more current information.
Updates Coming Soon
Working with human nature, horse nature, and how brains learn, leads to safer, more refined, and enjoyable training and riding for all levels and disciplines of horse and rider.
"Tom Dorrance once said, 'You can learn anything with these three words – observe, remember, and compare.' He said that beyond that, learn to adjust to fit the situation. That always meant so much to me. The last time I was around Tom, he said, 'Don’t treat them like they are. Treat them the way you’d like them to be.' At the time, I didn’t know whether he was talking about horses or people. Lately I realized he was talking about both. I remind myself of that from time to time. Because sometimes people might come into a clinic defensive, scared, upset or emotional. The best part of them is not going to come out the first day. But if I do my part and help them along, I get an opportunity to see the best part of the person as time goes by."
- Buck Brannaman