Award-Winning Horse Listener and "Wonder from Down Under" Carlos Tabernaberri Presents Exceptional Training Techniques in Chicago August 23 - 27, 2013 Fresh from a successful UK tour and video-packed e-book release Finding Common Ground (iTunes*), Carlos is offering a limited number of private lessons and clinics at Illinois Horse Rescue of Will County (a percentage of proceeds going to the Rescue).
MELBOURNE, Australia, Aug. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- "I will be helping participants forge the loving, trust-based relationship they desire with their horse by finding the common ground in everyday equine situations," promises Carlos, with the same commitment that saw him receive the prestigious Quest Equine Welfare Award (2012) for his passionate advocacy on behalf of horses.
Participants can expect to learn the ground-breaking techniques that have seen Carlos hailed as 'the only horseman who truly puts the horse first' by industry professionals and thousands of grateful clients.
"It takes an exceptional horseperson to understand the high intelligence and alertness of a horse, born and bred in the wild. Horses will never respond willingly to domination or force but none more so, than a Brumby. All clinic participants and observers gained so much and not just for their horses, but for themselves. Carlos' teachings come from the spirit within and he focuses on a complete and perfect union between horse and rider. We have held Clinics in the past with others of high repute. None have given such an insight and understanding of the horse as Carlos." Jan (CEO, Save the Brumbies, Australia)
It's Carlos' unique insight and inspirational ability to look at life through the eyes of the horse, to train them with understanding rather than trying to 'break' them that also captured the imagination, heart and mind of Chicagoland clinic hostess Liz Farrell.
Illinois Horse Rescue of Will County is pleased to present The Horse Listener on 23 August (4-8pm) so their volunteers and the public alike can seize the opportunity to study with him. This outstanding rescue organization serves Chicagoland and a wide swath of the Midwest, rescuing 300 equines this year alone. Their aggressive outreach program educates the public while rescuing and rehabilitating equines for adoption into forever homes.
No matter if participants have a competition horse, pleasure horse, racehorse, young horse or a previously abused horse, Carlos can help them develop the relationship they want.
Carlos says that his absolutely gentle techniques were born in response to the cruelty and terrorism he witnessed firsthand during his Argentinean childhood under the Junta military, as well as the impact of growing up in Gaucho country. "It's why I became passionate about good horsemanship being consistently considering the horse's wellbeing first and foremost," says Carlos.
"It was truly one of the best days of my life! My horse has become more willing than willful – the gains in mutual confidence and respect have made our time together fun once again! Your philosophy is practical, applicable and wildly successful..." Brooke (clinic organiser, New York)
Don't miss this opportunity to see or work with one of the world's most gifted horse trainers and educators. Book your private lesson or clinic spot today to enjoy a new level of trust, respect and understanding with your horse tomorrow.
"Because I promise," says Liz, "participants won't regret one moment spent learning from him."
(585) 734 0251
Contact Illinois Horse Rescue:
(708) 258 3959
3751 W. Church Road, Beecher, IL
*Want to know more? Download Finding Common Ground (136pp plus nearly 2 hours of full HD video just $19.99) exclusively on iTunes.
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