Facing Up a Filly
Teaching a young tense filly with very little handling to feel comfortable and safe through facing up.
Spooky Horse Before and After
Using pull and release and the John Chatterton float loading halter to train a spooky mare.
Float Loading Problems
John Chatterton made a name through teaching horses, and their owners, how to float load.
Advanced Spooky Work. Step Eight.
It’s important to have all the other steps solid before working on advanced spooky work.
Cheeky 5 Day Old Colt
This colt had a lot of attitude at a week old, rearing, biting, and kicking.
Starting with Un-handled Foals.
Although we can’t hear what John is saying, you can watch the body language and his timing. Each time the filly touches John’s hand with her nose, he steps away. This is the 1% try John talks about. Never go for 100% until you have achieved 1%. John always says “A calm horse can learn, a frightened horse cannot”.