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Molly Mueller

920-989-1041

High Cliff Quarter Horses N8331 State Park Road Menasha, WI  54952

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July 14th Horsemanship Clinic

in Suring, WI

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Training & Instruction:

When developing horses, Molly focuses on reading what they are telling her about their mental and emotional state. She strives to build and maintain their confidence by offering them clear expectations and choices, then rewarding their efforts.  She works with them to develop lightness and willing responsiveness. The horse's curiosity and dignity are maintained throughout the training process, ensuring that they are willing participants in the lesson.  Please contact her to discuss your training needs today. 

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Molly also offers private lessons, workshops and clinics to help you help your own horse.  Her focus is helping the students see the world through the eyes of the horse.  Her brand of horsemanship is about the horse, not the clothes he wears.  Whether English or Western, you will learn how to get better results with less than you imagined possible

Molly does not believe in cookie cutter training programs. Just as every child in school learns at his or her own rate, so do each horse and rider. Recognizing that all students process and retain information differently, Molly presents new information in the most digestible way for the student and the horse.

Molly offers a variety of lessons and teaching to fit your needs. 

She welcomes groups or private lessons on a regular basis.  In addition to teaching at HCQH, she is also willing to travel to other locations for a full day of instruction.  Please call for more information.

Some of the popular clinic and workshop formats offered include:

horseshoe Video Coaching Clinics 
horseshoe Fundamentals of Horsemanship 
horseshoe Advancing Horsemanship
horseshoe Addressing Fear in Horsemanship
horseshoe Developing Lightness 
horseshoe Understanding Groundwork
horseshoe Introduction to Cow Working
horseshoe Saddle Fitting

Photos by Lisa Schulze