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Samuel Brown
There is a Better Way!

Teaching You the Language of the Horse
Why do horses act the way they do?
  Why do you act the way you do?
How do horses learn best?

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* News and Updates * 2015

10 year old AQHA mare for sale

Ocala is an awesome 10 yr.old AQHA mare I have for sale. She has been with me for several months of training. She is quite the athlete. She is super safe and would make anyone a great horse. See her video under "horses for sale"

Training Board 2015

We are booked through December 2015 for training horses. Please contact Sam for availability. I teach lessons daily from 4pm on. If you wish to schedule a lesson feel free to call me for current availability.

The training fee does include time spent with Sam while your horse is being trained. In this way you'll learn the language of the horse as well as how to continue the progress made.
Contact Sam for more information.

   Your Environment

The environment in which your horse lives is a basic many people simply overlook. Horses are very sensitive creatures. The atmosphere in which your horse lives and is exposed to on a daily basis will manifest itself in his behavior every day.
If you're in a fun, relaxed stress free barn your horse will most likely be the same. However the opposite is true as well. Many barns are amped up with everyone worried and fretting over the smallest things. Of course the horses in this type of environment will take on this demeanor as well.
If you are in a barn like this the best thing you can do for yourself as well as your horse is  LEAVE! Find a place that is stress free and relaxed
. You both will benefit.


Are you still asking the age old question:

Why does my horse do such and such?

If you are then you need to understand the differences between a predator (you) and a prey animal (your horse)




Samuel P. Brown
Nottingham, PA

Please take your time and visit. Feel free to email or call me anytime with your questions...........Thanks, Samuel