BECOME MORE INTERESTING THAN GRASS

 

Competing against grass is not easy when with equines. Snatching for grass teaches horses to go against the rein and sometimes even stop and refuse to go further - while getting a huge reward in the form of a luscious mouthful of food for doing so. There`s however an easy fix, not many equestrians are aware of that👉

  • Enables you and your horse to stroll through grass on a loose lead

  • Makes it easy to ride over fields on loose reins or at liberty

  • Works when kids are riding and makes grazing reins an unnecessary thing of the past

Learn how with FREE training showing how we teach a grazing maniac children's horse not to graze when ridden and led.

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      GET RESULTS LIKE

Thank you so much! This method is super effective

Lizett Skottestad

I tried this with my horse Jofur, it works! 

Dorothy Thomas  

My horse would do sudden nose drops and rein pulls to the grass, pulling his head up was near impossible, now ther`s no diving for grass. Your lessons are priceless! 

Karen House

LEARN FROM

Cathrine Fodstad is horse trainer from Holar University College and Riding Instructor from Norwegian Equine Center. She has tamed hundreds of horses and is first Norwegian to complete Mongol Derby, world`s longest and toughest horse race. After 35 years of experience, she discovered a method that consistently allowed her to connect with horses, solve problems and easily train them at liberty. - Now you can do the same by attending this FREE training!

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