Working with horses and their people is a passion of mine. My educational journey in horsemanship and riding has been combined with my path of learning to teach people how to focus on energy, behavior and dialogue with their horses.
My style of horsemanship involves the well-being of the whole horse, thus the holistic approach to my training and care practices. I love investigating anything and anyone who claims to be for the good of the horse, as I am a forever student and continue to learn how to be the kind of human my horses want to work with! I will be sharing my findings in this blog.
I've also had the amazing opportunity to take part in a concept for a tv show, and my fingers are crossed that this project will take off. Until that happens, I direct potential clients to the pilot to give them a taste of what I?m all about. You can check out "Free Rein" at http://tv.lovenature.com/shows/free-rein/
Please note that the opinions and methods expressed on this blog are my own, and do not necessarily reflect those of the Horse Publications Group.
~ Jessica Fobert and Free Rein Horsemanship
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