FREE TELE-CLASS May 2nd at 6pm mst.

We often hear about being the "leader of your herd of two", and the importance of commanding and maintaining the respect and the trust from your horse at all times. 

But, as in the human world, just because you say your the boss doesn't mean it is true and it certainly doesn't mean you will automatically garner that respect and leadership. And if you are going to take that leadership role through violence, you may have their fear, but you will never have their trust.

Find out what it takes to be a true leader for your horse in this FREE teleclass with Anna on Thursday Night, May 2nd from 6pm - 8pm.

In only a couple of hours you will find out how to change the entire relationship with your horse!

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