At Double B Horsemanship we offer a full range of horse training services but specialize in working with problem horses and offer two very unique services. First, we make house-calls. That's right, we come to you and work with both you and your horse to solve whatever the issue is you are facing. Second, we offer a guarantee: "if we don't fix the problem, or you are not completely satisfied, you don't pay".
How do we do it? Through Natural Horsemanship training principals. What is Natural Horsemanship? Basically Natural Horsemanship is a method of teaching horses the same way horses teach each other. Some people still call it "horse whispering", but it is simply clear, effective and consistent communication.
What do you have to lose? Give us a call today and begin building the relationship you have always wanted with your horse.
Who are we? Well, we are not a huge "show barn" or crowded boarding facility. We are a small, family business focused squarely on exceeding our customers expectations by providing the customers and their horses with the best and most effective Horse and People training techniques. We firmly believe that teaching the horse and the person together is the best method to ensure happiness for each after we leave them. A horse is only as good as the rider, and the rider only as good as the horse. You must be able to function as a team to succeed.
Craig Cameron, host of the TV show American Horsemanship on RFD TV and author of the Ride Smart series of books has been educating riders and horses for over 20 years. Craig, a life-long rancher, working cowboy and horse trainer, has just about done it all from cow-calf, stocker operations to bull riding on the professional rodeo circuit and successfully operating his cattle business. He conducts western horsemanship clinics and demonstrations nationwide, as well as at his Double Horn Ranch in Bluff Dale, TX., to help riders increase their knowledge and understanding of their horse and to keep the cowboy tradition alive. Craig was inducted into the Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2008 and is widely regarded as one of the best trainers, teachers and communicators in the industry. To learn more about Craig, visit his website at: www.craigcameron.com
Clinton Anderson, a native of Australia, exploded on the US scene with his hit TV Show, Downunder Horsemanship. He was the first clinician to "teach" for free on TV, and the popularity of his show has lead numerous other trainers to follow suit. Clinton's no nonsense approach to training both horses and humans, and the fact that he was the first to win back to back Road To The Horse championships, has made him one of the most popular and effective trainers in the world today. To learn more about Clinton Anderson, visit his website at: www.downunderhorsemanship.com
With his Chris Cox Horsemanship television show on RFD TV, the nationwide Come Ride the Journey Tour stops and appearances at equine expos and events, Cox has touched the lives of many a horse enthusiast and shown them there’s a straight-forward, practical way to gain a better relationship with their horses. Those who saw him win back-to-back championships at the 2007 and 2008 Road to the Horse Colt Starting contests witnessed the effectiveness of his methods and his clear passion for horses. Cox is not only a successful clinician; he trains and competes at the highest levels of cutting horse competition. At his Diamond Double C Ranch near Mineral Wells, Texas, Cox offers progressive six-day horsemanship clinics several times a year. And in 2008 he added nationwide three-day clinics to make it even easier for those throughout the country to get first-hand instruction directly from him. To learn more about Chris, visit his website at: www.chris-cox.com
Ken McNabb grew up in a traditional ranching family in the mountains of Wyoming. This modern day Roy Rogers knew from a young age that he wanted to help others. As a boy he was unsure of how he would achieve this, but it became crystal clear when he was 16 years old. Sitting in the audience at a horsemanship clinic, he knew within the first fifteen minutes that horsemanship and teaching was his calling. Since then he has been changing people's lives through his weekly television show, instruction of clinics nationwide and special appearances at large expos. He still carries with him the passion and conviction he had as a young boy. Living his life on horseback has proven to be the ultimate way for McNabb to reach out to people and their horses. Ken creates a unique environment where each horse is trained using gentle methods and the rider is coached to become their personal best. Visit Ken's website at: www.kenmcnabb.com to learn more.
There are many top notch trainers in the world, but above are a few that I admire the most. All of these gentlemen are great at what they do, and inspire me to do better each day. One of the qualities that I admire most about each of them is their passion for horses and their commitment to the education of horsemen.
“Thereare two kinds of people in the world; those who love horses and those who do not. Ever since I was a child, I have had a love for horses that fuels my passion for learning about, and working with horses. Not a day goes by without me learning something new about horses or training from other trainers and the different horses and horsemen I meet along the way. Horses teach you much about life as well. Be humble, be aware and always be willing to change and learn new ideas. Horse training is not a science, but more of an art. The difference between a good trainer and a great one is their passion. I can teach you to lead a horse to water, but I can't make either of you drink - each of you must be thirsty. Like most things in life, nothing comes easy – you must work hard, be flexible, have the thirst to learn, and most importantly be passionate about what you do.” Bob Alley
"I was one of those born who loves horses, as my grandfather before me, and was riding them before I could walk. The road of my life wound in many directions prior to me landing at home with Bob and our horses. There is no place I would rather be than on top of a horse and I haven't met a horse or rider yet that didn't teach me something, as I was attempting to help them learn. The relationship between a human and his/her horse is a tricky one that needs to be constantly honed in order to maintain its strength and security. However, it is a partnership that can benefit both of you in a countless number number of ways." Jamie Alley
Give us a call today and let us teach you how to teach your horse.