WHMC

The Wild Horse Project

The
Wildhorse Masterclass

The
Wild 
Horse 
Project

The Wild Horse Project

The Wild Horse Project

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Project

This course was designed with aspiring horse trainers in mind. If you're looking for step-by-step guidance, this is the course for you.
 

  • Lessons that teach fundamental techniques, honing and repeating cornerstone lessons.
     

  • Instant Access. There are 7 unique modules with 40 lessons (Over 3 hours of content), you will go from completely wild to the first touch and onto leading. The fundamentals in this course are a lifelong asset.
     

  • These lessons apply to domestic behaviours and can be used to transform your horsemanship.
     

  • A mindful approach to developing a strong connection between each other.

Course Outline

Course Outline

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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, stallions, foals and everything in between, both from the Kaimanawa 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.

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She has not only worked with hundreds of wild horses here in New Zealand, but she has raced 1000km across Mongolia in the Mongol Derby. Led camel expeditions across the Gobi Desert in temperatures below -40c and helped take pack camels across the arid and remote Australian outback.

With a passion for animal welfare, she has helped set up aid programs in Egypt, India and Fiji providing veterinary support and education to working animals. Chloe has years of experience riding in the mountains, steppe and deserts with some of the oldest horse cultures on earth. She lived in the mountains of Kazakhstan, attended the first World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan and has spent years riding with the horsemen of Mongolia. Chloe is an author and her first book Fearless was a bestseller in New Zealand.

Online Masterclass

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Masterclass

Lifetime access, learn at your own pace.

Lifetime access, learn at your own pace. For more info click here

Lifetime access, learn at your own pace. For more info click here