Monty Roberts Certified Instructors – New Zealand2021-02-27T13:47:18-08:00

Monty Roberts Certified Instructors

New Zealand

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

SALLY KING
SALLY KING
Sally King has been working as a certified instructor with Monty and his team since 1998. She teaches clinics and works with mares and foals in New Zealand. Sally’s focus lies in maximizing the potential communication between horses and people, and she enjoys being part of a team that is continuously seeking new and exciting ways to spread this message.
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KIRSTY CARLING
KIRSTY CARLING
Kirsty began her Monty Roberts accreditation courses after many years of teaching and training horses on a part time and mostly voluntary basis. She received her certificate in 2011. She is a trained teacher, which led her into the Professional Development arena. Kirsty also worked in the sports sector promoting the importance of physical activity to children’s growth and development. Currently residing in New Zealand; Kirsty connected with Sally King and Leigh Willis, her mentors. She works with a wide variety of clients and horses and thoroughly enjoys teaching. Kirsty reaches out to and promotes the concepts of non-violence to children in particular. By opening children’s eyes to “another way” she hopes to influence the next generation of horse men and women.
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