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Horse training - Riding and Horsemanship Lessons - Clinics

Home to Irwin Insights

My passion is to make the world a little bit better for horses. Although my passion is idealistic and I can only make it a little bit better, I  believe that every little bit helps. I believe I can help by teaching riding and horsemanship lessons, training horses, offering a safe haven to troubled horses and sharing what I learn along the way to inspire others to make the world a bit better for horses.

I strive to always let my ranch a safe place for humans and horses. A safe place to learn and grow.



 

Heart Lissy

Training

With my extensive knowledge of equine body language, biomechanics and psychology, and my experience in helping "problem" horses and traumatized horses find their way again, and getting their trust in people back, I'm confident we can help your horse.

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Coaching

Teaching, helping people and horses, is my absolute passion! I'm are proud to be teaching in an empathetic, horse friendly and professional way. I teach groundwork and riding lessons to both kids and adults. 

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Clinics

Besides hosting clinics here on Willow Ranch, I love to travel around and share my way of working with horses. More info will follow soon!

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Irwin Insights

Willow Ranch is very proud to be selected as the international home base of Irwin Insights! Our greatest joy is sharing with our clients what we have found to be the best way to truly connect and bond with horses.

Contact

Get in touch with me by sending
an email: lissy@willowranchsanctuary.com

 

Or give me a call:
+1 250 566 3215

 

Or of course come for a visit:

1905 Cranberry Lake Road
Valemount, BC, Canada

Or check out my social media, where I love to share my horse training tips

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