Trail rides aren’t just relaxing for the riders, the horses benefit from them too. When you’re trail riding, your horse doesn’t feel any pressure to compete or perform, they get to just be horses. Taking your horse on a trail ride can actually relax them and calm their minds from the stress of always having to do things right. Some horses may not be confident enough for you to ride on a trail, they could still benefit from being ponied or walked. T&J provides trail rides if you have some on your property or nearby, even if you just need some company, Tiana is more than happy to help and to tag along.
- Does Someone In Your Family Want To Learn To Ride Horses?
- Is Your Horse Used In Exhibitions But Isn’t Prepared Physically Or Mentally?
- Could Your Horse Benefit From Some Exercise But You Don’t Have The Time?
- Does Your Horse Understand Your Cues From The Ground?
T&J Equine Training, LLC was founded by Tiana Dryden to help horse owners give their horses the exercise they need to stay in shape or get into shape. T&J offers other services such as groundwork, exercise, conditioning, trail riding, and riding lessons. Owners are welcome to watch the sessions and even participate if they choose. You don't have to stress about hauling your horse(s) for sessions. Tiana started this business to help horse owners as much as she can, so she decided to make this a traveling business, she comes to you.
Over the years, Tiana has helped many people put miles on their horses and even some mules. She has been blessed to meet some amazing trainers like Tina Langness and Byron Hall and she got to see first-hand the different styles of training and how there isn’t just one way to train a horse. Tiana has been working with horses since she was 15 years old, she first started training her own horse that she competed on for 5 years and it grew into her traveling to people's houses to help other horse owners exercise and condition their horses.
You can learn about this by visiting their website at TJEquinetraining.com or find them on Facebook at T&J Equine Training, LLC.
Last Update: Mar 29, 2023 10:51 am CDT