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Monty Roberts Certified Instructors – Finland2019-05-29T08:11:42-07:00

Monty Roberts Certified Instructors

Finland

“My greatest accomplishment was learning to be gentle; without that I feel I would have achieved nothing.” ~ Monty Roberts

JENNY AHLROTH
JENNY AHLROTH
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After serving passengers in high altitudes for 9 years Jenny decided to make a complete change in her career. Horses that for several years had been a wonderful hobby started to become the main thing in life. The passion to work with remedial horses and youngsters in a non violent way took her to Flag Is Up Farms in October 2009. After this an extended 2 years adventure in Romania took place working at a ranch with a huge variety of horses.

After reaching her goal to become a certified instructor in 2011, Finland is calling again. The plan for the future is to introduce Monty´s concepts in Finland and help change the world so that it will become a better place for both horses and people. Jenny is also a member of the Monty Roberts Instructors Committee.

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