WILD HORSE PROJECT
Taming, training and sharing the stories of wild horses
WHY I WORK WITH WILD HORSES
WHO WE ARE
The Wild Horse Project was started in 2010 to document and share the journey of Kaimanawa horses as they went from wild to tame and share horse behaviour and training tips. It was to show that wild stallions in particular, once thought dangerous and untrainable had a place as domestic horses.
These days we work with all sorts of wild horses, mares, stallion, foals and everything in between both from the Kaimanwas Ranges and the Far North. We aim to help save as many horses as possible and are often involved in the mustering as well, with as many as 50 wild horses coming through our gates each year.
Here’s What’s Happening
THE MASTERCLASS IS HERE!
April 1st 2022
10 years of experiance, hundreds of horses, thousands of hours has all been condensed into a new online platform specificially for training wild horses. Learn the techniques i've perfeceted over the last decade and take on a wild horse for yourself.
My methods are all about understanidng and working wth the horse using conflict free training methods to create a happy confident partnership betweenyou and the horse.
Check out the Masterclass here
NEWEST HORSES ARRIVE FROM MUSTER.
Chloe and the team saddled up to do another muster coming back with 22 new wild horses arrive from the far north.
The six foals and 5 mature stallions that came with this lot have been keeping everyone very busy. It's been all hands on deck to manage feeding, handling and caring for horses in the yards.
THE KAIMANAWA HORSES ARE HERE
The wild Kaimanawa Horses are here. 10 new arrivals from the most recent Kaimanawa horse muster. These include 3 mature stallions, Lone Wolf, Lion Heart and Panther that will be taking part in the stallion challenge. As well as lots of lovely horses for clients.