Meet Peter Campbell

Peter Campbell traveled North America for over 30 years helping students to learn and understand the mental and physical aspects of the horse. “Horses have no use for clocks; time limits are purely for the benefit of the people” Peter Campbell. Peter passed away unexpectedly, March 22, 2017. Please find individual lessons from Peter below: […]

Meet Jim Hicks

Jim Hicks is a USEF bronze and silver medalist who has developed multiple FEI-level horses. He uniquely blends the principles of horsemanship with the movements of dressage. Jim is a native of Nevada and currently resides in Heber, Utah. For more information visit Please find individual lessons from Jim below: Please find lessons from […]

Meet Bryan Neubert

Bryan Neubert travels the country conducting colt starting, horsemanship and cow working clinics part of the year, and starts colts when he’s at home in Alturas, California. For more on Bryan visit: Please find individual lessons from Bryan below: Please find lessons from Bryan in the following issues of The Horseman’s Gazette:

Meet Lester Buckley

Lester Buckley is a multi-disciplinary international teacher of both horsemanship and the principles of Classical Dressage. He is respected among his peers as one of the most accomplished equestrians and gifted teachers in the business today. Lester was a Light Hands featured clinician. Learn more at Please find individual lessons from Lester below: Please […]

Meet Wendy Murdoch

Wendy Murdoch has been teaching riders how to do what great riders do naturally for almost 30 years. Wendy brings her extensive knowledge riding, function, the body and presents a series of exercises you can use to improve your riding and communication with your horse. Wendy teaching style is able to break down complex situations […]

Meet Lee Smith

Lee Smith lives on a cattle ranch in Estancia, New Mexico. She and her husband Mark have a cow-calf operation and raise quality Quarter horses at their Harmony Hills Ranch. Lee has conducted hundreds of clinics and demonstrations throughout the U.S. and Canada since 1991 as well as teaching ranch horse classes at the Diamond […]

Suppling Exercises with Alice Trindle

Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 34 Warming your horse up is a great way to prepare physically and mentally for the day’s activities whether that is going for a trail ride or competing at a show. Alice Trindle offers some easy-to-execute exercises that will warm you and your horse up for whatever you […]

Re-Schooling A Troubled Horse with Jim Hicks

Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 34 Sometimes a horse can get quite a ways along but still have some missing pieces in their foundation. In this segment Jim Hicks rides such a horse and though the troubled spots are not immediately apparent in the beginning of the ride, when they do present themselves […]

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