Successful Horse Training Starts With Trust ! 

Birgit Schwartzenberger offers horsemanship
private lessons and horse training clinics .

"Don't whispering to your horse  -
                Listening to your horse !!!"
 
Schwartzenberger Horsemanship
- communication between horse and human
-  is a way of working with a horse that benefits both
the horse and the rider.
Many approaches to training require the horse to give up
something of himself in order to get by with the demands people place on him.

In the process of making a horse submissive and obedient people
often turn a horse into something he was not born to be.
But Schwartzenberger Horsemanship 
- communication between horse and human-
 try to keep the horse inside the horse.

The essence of getting along with a horse during the training process is to
understand that he weighs up every decision in terms of the
effect it has on his safety and comfort.
It is the need to feel safe and comfortable that determines
if a horse will work under sufferance or with willingness.
 

 

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Disclaimer: This site contains information, advice and opinion formed by many years of experience
by the author. Any information, advice or opinion that does not specifically pertain to you and your
horse should not be taken without first hand expert help. Information, advice and opinion expressed
by the authors should not supersede the good and common sense of the reader when dealing
with a horse in any situation. No information contained on this site is meant to be a manual for
training or riding horses. Always seek first hand expert help for any problem. Opinions and views
expressed on this site are those of the author and not intended to offend or defame anybody and should
not be taken seriously or out of context. It is a condition of entering this site beyond this page that you
accept these terms. If you do not accept these terms, please do not read any further pages of this site.
If you have any concerns or complaints please submit them to the author.

 

 

 


 

 

  Disclaimer: This site contains information, advice and opinion formed by many years of experience
by the author. Any information, advice or opinion that does not specifically pertain to you and your
horse should not be taken without first hand expert help. Information, advice and opinion expressed
by the authors should not supersede the good and common sense of the reader when dealing
with a horse in any situation. No information contained on this site is meant to be a manual for
training or riding horses. Always seek first hand expert help for any problem. Opinions and views
expressed on this site are those of the author and not intended to offend or defame anybody and should
not be taken seriously or out of context. It is a condition of entering this site beyond this page that you
accept these terms. If you do not accept these terms, please do not read any further pages of this site.
If you have any concerns or complaints please submit them to the author.