Located in Mountain view, Alberta. I have grown up on a cattle ranch, riding and training horses. My focus is on training versatile horses on the ranch that can be taken in any direction whether it is in the arena, trail or on the ranch. Keeping a young horse’s mind calm and relaxed in order to respond correctly to any situation that may occur. Majority of my training occurs outdoors in a variety of situations including around cattle, wildlife, streams, trees, lakes, bogs, and in a small arena. I believe this helps prepare the colts to excel in many different environments. I strive to keep a horse soft through the mouth and the body while exposing them to as many objects as I have access to.
Diquita Cardinal is eighteen years old and was born and raised on Cardinal Ranch located in Valemount BC (an hour west of Jasper). The connections her family has as professional horsemen, provided Diquita with numerous opportunities to gain experience with horses. Growing up, Diquita has been able to learn from world class horseman, Martin Black being one of her main mentors. She was the highest achieving youth student in Parelli Natural Horsemanship at age 12. Diquita has always had a passion for horses; her interests lie mostly in horse development, which she spends most of her summers doing on her parent’s ranch. Hoping to one day make a living off of doing what she loves, Diquita sells at least one personal horse a year. Her goal when training is to give her horse a job and teach them how to do it effectively while keeping the relationship intact. She has dabbled in multiple disciplines but favors western and ranch roping. Diquita is eager to test her skills on various types of horses and loves a challenge.
I'm Jeremy from Rosemary AB. I haven't been in the horse training career path for a lot of years but I enjoy every aspect of it. I work full time at a feedlot so I almost always have either a problem horse I’m trying to work through an issue with or a young/green horse who just needs to be developed into a honest reliable mount. I feel like my calm and down to earth approach has brought me a lot of success when working with horses. I try not to put time limits on myself or the horse as each one is as different as each of us—some need more time than others. I like a horse to leave me with a good foundation under him, exposed to as much as I can show him, and set the horse and it’s owner up for success.
I'm Stetson Roberts. I currently live in Welling, Alberta. I am married to my wife Sydnee who is on her way to becoming a school teacher. I have a deep passion and love for horses! As a younger boy I never manager to save the thousands of dollars for a fully trained horse and so in turn I learned how to train horses myself. I've never had a single horse of my own that I have not started and trained from a young colt. Aside from my own horses, I also enjoy riding client colts and taking them to work at my cowboying jobs whether it be at a ranch or at the feedlot. I have trained many horses and continue to learn new tricks each and every horse I work with.
Born and raised on a large cattle ranch/farming operation south of Raymond, AB. Horses have been a part of every breath Maureen has taken. When she was just 10 years old, Maureen’s mom started the first Ray Hunt clinics here in Canada!
I was raised on a horse and cattle ranch in Billings Montana, we had over 1000 acres. I had my own horse at the age of 10. I learned how to train him myself. I started to go too clinics and learned from other people, then I started to learn from the horse. Training is an amazing experience and I continue to learn every day. The best feeling I get from teaching a horse is the response and achievements. They are like my children and they are my best friend. ❤️