|I am explaining to an owner what
his horse has learned
|This horse is learning to open and
close gates, an everyday task that all
horses should know.
|SERVICES WE PROVIDE: COLT STARTING, FOUNDATION HORSE TRAINING AND MORE
|It's a discussion about horse power!
|STURGELL'S EQUESTRIAN CENTER, LLC
Where The Colts You Adore, Become The Horses You Love!
|“I just love your approach to it all. I don't want to take ----
anywhere else. I could honestly sit and listen and watch you
everyday if I could. Your knowledge is amazing to me.
L. (repeat customer)
“VERY HAPPY INDEED!!! we are soooo very pleased with
your work with both him and O---. Thank you so very much!!!!”
R. (repeat customer!)
|The horse is prepared against the day of battle: but safety is of the Lord. Proverbs 21:31
|“After getting B-- back from Suzi, I am even more impressed. If we had taken B--- first I would have expected a transition period from
"track mentality" back to "broke gelding mentality". When you feed and train a horse to perform at a (racing) level you can't expect them
to just snap out of it. Coming from her house, "broke gelding mentality" is where she had him at. We are enjoying him and he seems
to be a happy, healthy two year old.” M. (he came to me after being at the race track-- repeat customer!)
“Thanks Suzi for working with S---! I can tell a big difference in the way he responds. He is not as hyper, he pays attention, and he is
much easier to get into a gallop. He also reins a lot better. Plus, today we opened and closed the gate to the round pen while
mounted.” R. (Another repeat customer!)
|DISCLAIMER: Sturgell's Equestrian Center's, owners and trainers are not and will not be held responsible for an owner's or rider's
poor judgment, poor horsemanship and or riding skills, what he/she does with their horse(s) during and/or after it /they leaves
SECLLC, and/or any accidents thereof by or from their own or any other horse(s), or activities with them, here at or after
leaving Sturgell's Equestrian Center, LLC. SECLLC's training of your horse(s) will not be held liable for any of the above
mentioned reasons, or any other unforseen reasons, problems, accidents or neglegence on your part with your horse(s).
See Oklahoma Statutes as Section 50.3 of Title 76:
CAUTION: At 90 days a horse is still considered green broke. Newly
trained and young horses require an experienced rider/horseperson. A decent rider, with some guidance or lessons,
should be able to handle their horse after 90 days quite well. You need to be honest with your self and your abilities.
Horses, by nature, can be dangerous! Not only is the owner/rider’s safety an important factor to consider, but also,
a poor rider can completely un-train a well-trained horse! This is something that must be considered.