Ty Haas Horsemanship
An Inside-Out Approach to Horsemanship
My techniques foster relaxed, yet responsive, partnerships between equestrians and their horses. When horses are fearful and anxious, they typically act in ways which are undesirable; these behaviors can be highly unsettling to their handlers. I promote shifting a person’s mindset from focusing on merely the horse’s physical performance to how a horse responds, thinks, and feels in relation to the guidance it receives. This shift, consequently, improves physical performance in a horse. How guidance is offered to a horse plays the crucial role in the partnership. I believe a good partnership is based not so much about what is asked of a horse, but rather the art of how it is asked.