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Wanted Horse Training Program™ —
About the Program

MRH accepts a limited number of horses for training in the Wanted Horse Training Program™ ensuring ample attention and an individual focus for each horse. The Wanted Horse Training Program™ is informed by the current unwanted horse epidemic (read about The Unwanted Horse Issue here) and its mission is to develop horses that are currently unwanted into wanted partners again and to prevent currently wanted horses from becoming unwanted. This is accomplished by providing quality education to the horse, helping them thrive into exceptional individuals capable of partnership with people, while simultaneously educating people in the ways of responsible horse ownership.

The program employs the philosophies and principles of natural horsemanship, ranch horsemanship, and classical dressage and horses accepted into the program receive a solid and diverse education and learn to be respectful, confident, and willing partners, both on the ground and under saddle.

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Services and Rates

Training Session: $50/hour

Training Packages:

Part-Time Training
Includes: 3 training hours per week, 2 lessons
with owner, weekly email updates
Full-Time Training
Includes: 5 training hours per week, 4 lessons
with owner, weekly email updates

(*plus board, training horses receive 10% off board)

Trailering: $35 base + $3.00/mile. First 15 min. of loading horse at no charge, each additional 15 min. helping horse to load @ $15.00.

Long Distance Training: See Long Distance Coaching for rates and more information.



All clients must have completed the New Client - Horse Training packet prior to their horse entering the MRH training program. Owner agrees to abide by the barn rules and policies of the MRH facility.

Training horses must provide a current Health Certificate (within 30 days), a negative Coggins Test (within a year) and record that they are current on vaccinations and de-worming prior to arrival. Horses in training must remain current on health care while in training.

Charitable Work

MRH is proud to support the noble work of equine non-profit organizations that are making a difference in the lives of horses and the people who love them. MRH's offers horse training, horsemanship instruction and consultation services to these organizations pro bono or at discounted rates. MRH as well partners with these programs to offer the Wholeness Through Horsemanship™ line-up of educational events as fundraising and promotional opportunities for the benefit of equine non-profit organizations.

If you are a part of an equine non-profit organization whose work and mission align with the philosophy of MRH, please contact Emily to discuss how MRH might support your program.

Organizations that MRH has partnered with:

Colorado Horse RescueColorado Theraputic Riding CenterNebraska Humane Society

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