I recently ordered your down loadable book on trailer loading, and I'm here to say it was the best 5 bucks I ever spent, it really works. If any one has a doubt about it have them holler at me.
James D, unsolicited email
I received your book Trailer Training, for my gelding. Trailer loading for him previous to reading/practicing this [material] was a dismal failure. IT WORKED! He self-loaded and I stood there IN SHOCK outside the trailer watching him stand there like so what's the big deal! We then proceeded to do it again and again. WHOO HOO! I just want to thank you for your [books]. They are very informative, funny, and helpful, and they work!
Patty, Fresno, CA
Good book, lots of good advice...!!
Spider W., eBay
Excellent and fast value for the money!Stewart G., eBay
From the Inside Flap
Is this you? On agood day your horse will get in the trailer after a few minutes ofcajoling. More often than not, it'sabout fifteen. Today you're headed to ariding club event and the group leaves at 10am sharp. You're running a bit late, but as you leadyour horse to the trailer, you're figuring you'll make it fine if the horse ishaving a "good-to-medium day."If he loads by 9:15; you can drive the speed limit and stop forcoffee. If not, you gotta do 80 - pastStarbucks. You "like" yourhorse at this point. Problem is, yourhorse has gotten up on the wrong side of the manger and he's thinking"I'll die first and take you with me." Insert your own worst nightmare here. Forty minutes later you're thinking thingslike "It's just a stupid trailer," "I'll drag your butt in"and "Your (expletive deleted) mother was the same way."
Horses either get in smoothly or they balk. If your horse balks, he doesn't load. Period.Trained horses simply walk into the trailer. Not after 10 minutes of begging. They just walk in. That's lesson one and ourultimate goal. If your horse has becomea hard-luck case then it's going to take time, consistency and work from you toget this straight - but you will. Thegood news is, horses are actually easier to teach to trailer than you'd think,the bad news is, it takes the patience of an oyster. Not so much time, as patience. Horses that "should trailer butdon't" have had some steps skipped in their trailer training. No big deal.We'll cover A to Z here; you'll take it one step at a time and we'll getthat (expletive deleted) horse in the trailer together!...