My web site, MarvWalker.com, receives well over a half-million hits a year from folks around the world who are seeking help with horse problems.
They email me, call me and come visit me looking for help with their horse problems. They also haul me around the country to do clinics where people bring their horses to me for problem solving or to learn how to develop a closer connection with them.
I'm really quite successful at helping people solve their horse problems and become closer to their horses. Hardly a day goes by that someone doesn't contact me and say "I have a question..."
And that's how I got this email...
I saw your videos for auction, and read what you wrote..
I have a question about my daughter gelding, she bought him at her tender age of 10, he was a weanling of 4 months, she has shown him since he was a yearling in open classes and at fair. She started him at the age of 2, didn't push him. shown and rode him as a 3yr old. When he come a late 3YR old, he had a aggressiveness and was out to hurt her. Now at 5yo, she hasn't rode him, and has worked him very little,he attacks her on the lunge, isn't afraid of the whip, makes him more aggressive, he has grown to 16.1hh and 1300 lbs, I have him for sale because he has hurt her and she loves him,but she is afraid of him, He has lost all respect for us, and scream, kicks the wall,strikes out if he doesn't get his way. She is afraid of him. He is great when he is satisfied on just being a pasture pet, she would love to have the bond that used to be there, I think it will never come completely back and that she needs just to sell him.
Thanks for reading this letter.
I emailed back and asked where she lived. Turns out she was was within range of a clinic we were doing in Indiana and I promised her and her daughter that if they could bring the horse to the clinic, I'd show her daughter how to explain the facts of life to him in a manner he would understand.
The evening before the clinic, Casey told me about her problems with the horse and asked me if I thought she'd ever be able to ride him again. Her mother showed me a number of pictures of Casey with the horse, in most of the pictures a fence separated the two of them.
This video contains the beginning to end session that turned the situation around and allowed a young woman to ride the horse she had been unable to ride for 2 years. The riding session is not on the video due to my camera operator suffering from an unknowingly rupturing appendix, but she rode him at the clinic and will continue to ride him after a lameness problem is addressed.
You will see a young woman get the respect of her very disrespectful horse without touching it during the process. You will be able to see exactly how she did it and you'll be able to gain the respect of disrespectful horses yourself after watching her.
You will see how she is able to overcome her problem and cure her horse's respect issues when they occur.
Things are going very well. I have used the Bonder on our other horses, and they are also doing very well. The weather hasn't been right for me to ride Dudley again yet, it's been raining almost every day and we don't have an indoor place to ride. He respects me now, and he is a noticeably different horse towards almost everyone, even though I'm the only one who did anything with him. I watched the young horse video and worked our yearling as well, nothing seemed to stick in her head but we're working on that. Dudley is still the head of the herd, as soon as he was turned out with the rest of them everything was back to the way it was before. I've only had to work Dud's once since we've been home, he's responding beautifully. Thank you so much for all of your help!
This video is titled "How To Gain The Respect Of Disrespectful Horses."
Imagine being able to gain the respect of pretty much any horse in mere minutes!
Mere minutes, without touching it.
No fighting and minimizing the danger to yourself or the horse.
Mere minutes that will help the horse leave behind attention, fear, trust and respect problems.
Impossible? Not at all. This video shows you how it's done.
This video shows you how to use the same actions horses use amongst themselves to quickly produce a respectful attitude.
By simply presenting horses with the same actions lead horses present you can produce the same responses horses present to a lead horse. Horses are so responsive to those actions they won't stop to sort out who or what is presenting them.
Casey shows you how to present those same actions to the horse to bring about the same connection they have with the herd itself. Actions that bring about respect, peace and harmony.
Surprising results from a simple little procedure demonstrated by a young woman who had been getting the dirty end of the stick from her horse for some time.
My videos are not glossy professional eye candy productions. They are not intended to be pretty, merely dispense some powerful information. In fact I call them "Wartznall Productions."
They are what I call "tractor" quality, nothing fancy but they turn over some ground.
The videos are "clinics in a box."
The video is about 1-1/2 hours long and deals only with disrespectful horses. For information on other videos for specific horse problems check out my other auctions.
In this video you will plainly see horses are genetically preprogrammed to respond to the herd dynamics procedure demonstrated on this video. This procedure will help you leave behind attention, fear, respect and trust problems.
The information laid out and demonstrated step by step in this video will bring you to a new level of horse communication and connection ability few horse people have.
This video will give you a deeper understanding of herd dynamics, one of the main components in the highly successful natural horsemanship techniques.
This video will help you achieve amazing success by showing you how to communicate with horses on the horses' level.
This VHS video is 1-1/2 to 2 hours of in-depth explaining and demonstration. The actual process can be accomplished in mere minutes but the theory behind it takes a little longer to explain and demonstrate.
This video comes with an iron clad can't go wrong guarantee...If you don't think the information it contains is worth what you paid for it, simply email or contact me for a refund.
To order your copy of "Gaining The Respect Of Disrespectful Horses" send $12 (free shipping) to:
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