San Diego equestrian training center Be One Training announced the launch of its horse training program and a new website. The program is designed to help riders and owners train with their horses in a holistic outdoor learning environment.
More information about Be One Training is available at https://www.beonetraining.com
The training program encompasses a wide range of instructional and experiential horse training techniques and wholesome equestrian care. The program applies techniques and training methods built on the foundations of natural horsemanship pioneered by Tom and Bill Dorrance and honed by Ray Hunt, and Buck Brannaman.
The San Diego horse training facility is located at Carmel Creek Ranch, featuring an oversize jumping arena and two riding arenas that are open 7 days a week. The ranch has standard 12-foot x 12-foot stalls equipped with runs, two round pens, wash racks, and a tack shed. The Carmel Mountain Preserve The facility also features safe riding trails near the Carmel Mountain Preserve.
The Be One Training program prepares riders and horses for competitive horseback riding events and competitions in the Hunter Jumper category. The program commences with an initial assessment followed by a full or partial weekly training that includes turnouts, groundwork, grooming, bathing, and lessons.
All details pertaining to the facility, trainers, and the new training program are available through the new Be One Training website that features a visually pleasing and easily navigable website.
According to a spokesperson for the San Diego Hunter Jumper training facility, "We are delighted to work with showjumping horses and their riders by fostering a deep and empathetic relationship between human and horse."
The Be One Training program is the brainchild of founder and equestrian champion Vanessa Howard Anderson. Anderson leverages three decades of showjumping experience and the collective expertise of her team of trainers to help horses achieve their potential in the discipline. Be One Training emphasizes the development of a bond between a rider and a horse. More information is available over the phone at 858-771-2900 and at the URL above.
For more information, visit: https://www.beonetraining.com