I am Trish Hyatt
Who am I?
I am a mother who has raised a family while being a horse trainer for 40ish years. Not an easy career choice but I didn't choose it. People often say, that's not who I am, it's just what I do. Not me.
What I do is very much who I am and vice-versa. That is why over the years it has changed so much.
I don't train horses. I train people to partner with their horses. In the truest sense of the word. Taking in to account the feelings and safety of both parties in ways you have probably not seen before.
What qualifies me to do this?
Over the past 40 years I have trained way more horses than I can count. I have explored many techniques, and with so many horses to practice on, was able to truly evaluate both the merits and the flaws of many popular systems.
I have traveled and trained and learned from many sources, both what to do (it depends), and many times, what not to do.
I continue to pursue education and understanding of how we can partner with our horse to their benefit as much as ours.
I've seen it all, I've just about done it all.
I've learned to listen to the horse. The horse is rarely wrong.
I can tell you why and if I don't know why, I'll find out and then we'll both know.
I can explain technical details to a 1000+ pound animal that does not speak English, I will have no problem passing that knowledge on to you.
Want to know who I really am? I'd love to meet you and your horse and show you what I do.
References available by request.