I’m a professional horse trainer and instructor and expert in relational and training problems between horses & humans.
Since I started working with horses professionally when I was 18, I have immersed myself in the behavior of horses and how to communicate with them so that they understand, trust and respect you.
I am known for my horse-friendly handling and training of traumatized horses
that have lost their faith in people and because of that exhibit
extremely fearful or defensive behavior.
I work with these horses at liberty and in this way, I give them back their self-esteem, self-confidence and trust in humans.
Blaze and I are making great progress. Our relationship is better than ever, and we are enjoying the Liberty journey. I am so grateful to have found this, it was exactly what we needed! Incidentally, I was recently invited to observe a clinic that made me even more grateful, as the clinic was about “Forcefulness”, definitely not Horsefulness! It’s sad to me that dominance and fear-based training are still popular, but I do know many compassionate horse owners and I hope to be a positive influence.
Dear Karine, thank you for all your support which is a big win for me and for thousands of people and horses. It's the answer to the disorientation and all the questionable dogmas which still rule the horse world. I t shows a new, silent, harmonic and deeply fulfilling way to become aware of that what is really important in the relationship with our horse partners. It just makes THE difference. I am so grateful for all the insights it gave and still gives me. Thank you so much!
Yes, it's possible to walk in true liberty with your horses, even in a large area without the use of food, pressure or small fenced spaces. A deep connection, that's what you'll see in this video.
Horses immediately notice when you tense your muscles too much when in the saddle. How can you become aware of too much tension, and what can you do about it?
What is the best way to gain new knowledge and improve your horsemanship skills? It's often claimed you need to know your personal learning style. However, is that really so?
Young horses can be very energetic and boisterous. Because of that, you
may start to have doubts about how best to handle your young horse and
what steps you should take so that your horse can develop into a calm
and reliable horse. A horse that is safe to handle and a pleasure to work
In this free training, I want to put you on the right track with the pdf "7 Tips For The Training Of Your Young Horse", and the 5 part video series. This will give you the confidence, insights, and clarity you need to do it yourself instead of handing over your horse to someone else.