The Horse Training Channel is for people who are serious about making progress. But, most importantly, to you and your success, not only can Cleve train horses...but he can train people. Our mission is to help you Make Every Ride Count towards accomplishing your goals with your horse by teaching and reminding you of the fundamentals of competitive training.
“The horse initially learns to except pressure from the rider. And then that horse will accept pressure from its environment. Those horses aren’t spooky. Those horses deal with problems as they go around the arena…” Champion Trainer, Cole Baker Listen in on a quick conversation between World & Congress Champions, Cole Baker & Cleve Wells […]
What makes a horse stay fresh in the pen year after year? Listen in on a quick conversation between World & Congress Champions, Cole Baker & Cleve Wells on a few attributes of the long term show horse. (Keep scrolling down for the full transcript.) Horse Training Channel Members log in to watch this full […]
“Why is my horse speeding up when I change directions in a rail class in the show pen?” This is just one questions of many we ask ourselves as we walk out the gate after our class. This quick tip from World & Congress Champion & Coach, Cole Baker, will give you food for thought […]
A quick tip from World & Congress Champion Trainer, Cole Baker to set yourself up for success in the show pen, by preparing your horse for imperfect circumstances. Members log in to watch this clinic, “Perfect Preparation For Imperfect Circumstances with World Champion Cole Baker” Not a member? Click here to get signed up! https://horsetrainingchannel.com/join-now […]
Use this exercise to: enhance a pleasure horse’s movement help maintain an older horse that has correct movement give a light aerobics workout to make him use his body up high then release and get soft Great to prevent your horse from picking up bad habits and keep using his body correctly. Members view this […]
If you show horses, you’ve been there. Whether just starting out yourself as a novice, or starting out with a young horse, it takes courage to not be perfectly prepared or going through a learning curve and showing anyway. It takes the courage of a true champion, to put yourself out there, to change to […]