DOES YOUR HORSE HAVE A SAFE HORSE TRAINING FOUNDATION?
Providing your horse with a Safe Horse Training Foundation is as essential as sending your child to elementary school. Whether you’re a professional horse trainer with a equine behavioral issue or a pleasure rider who needs a safety tune-up, Safe Horse Training of Georgia is the right training foundation regardless of your riding discipline. Primarily training horses out of Watkinsville, Georgia just outside of Atlanta, Joyce Lewis of Safe Horse Training holds monthly horse training clinics in Georgia, North Carolina and also travels private and public barns on the east coast.
Joyce Lewis, Safe Horse Training, LLC was inducted into the Extreme Cowboy Hall of Fame at the second annual EXCA Championship Race in Topeka, KS, August 5, 2009. Lewis was first a competitor, racing in the Extreme Cowboy Race in Augusta, Georgia, in 2008 and again by invitation to The All-Girl Extreme Cowboy Race hosted at Craig Cameron’s Double Horn Ranch, in Bluff Dale, Texas, both races televised on RFD-TV.
Lewis was the original National Advisory Board Member for EXCA in the Mid-Atlantic Region, producing over 27 sanctioned races in North Carolina, South Carolina and Maryland. Making a grass roots effort, Lewis successfully started the growth of the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Now residing in Athens, Georgia, Lewis’ Safe Horse Training business focuses is on problem solving and colt starting.
Watch the excitement as she participates in this years Ultimate Horseman’s Challenge. She will compete with 3 of the areas best horsemen to start a halter broke Quarter horse colt over the 2 days of competition.
Looking for that “Safe Horse” in your horse?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, check out our horse training clinics in Georgia and North Carolina:
Are you frustrated with your horse’s disrespectful attitude? Lack of discipline? Lack of Knowledge?
Are you short on time that is required to train your horse in order to achieve a willing equine partner?
Possibly you have a youngster that is ready to start under saddle?
Or a foal that is ready to be weaned and needs to learn ground manners?
After 20 years away from horses, developing my career in title insurance and raising my family, I decided it was time to have horses back in my life. My sister found the most beautiful horse for me to get back in the saddle. Unfortunately, his beauty faded fast, as his disrespectful behavior became more and more dangerous. From stepping on my toes, knocking me over with his head and neck and refusing to get on the trailer, I was desperate for help. Read More