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Monty Roberts Certified Instructors – India2019-09-18T09:43:08-07:00

Monty Roberts Certified Instructors

India

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

MANJEEV CHAUDHARY
MANJEEV CHAUDHARY
Manjeev became a certified Monty Roberts instructor in 2019, becoming the first (and currently only) Monty Roberts instructor in the whole of Asia. He is based in New Delhi, India and travels around to train both people and horses.

His main focus is pre-starting young Thoroughbred horses using Join-Up® and other Monty Roberts methods before they head to the racetrack, a concept that is completely new in India. A keen polo player, he is also involved in working with polo horses and has been applying Monty Roberts methods to facilitate converting ex-race horses as well as the local indigenous breed, the Marwari horse, into playing polo.

He also focuses on training students and grooms and is offering courses in Monty’s concepts.

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