Monty Roberts Willing Partners™: KING COYOTE QUIXOTE

2013-10-11T04:47:26-07:00

  “King” is a 2010 grullo gelding 14.3hh. This nicely put together, eye-catching grullo is very attentive, intelligent and keen to learn. With his athletic ability, he will have the opportunity to excel in many areas whether it is western or English or just out on the trail.  Watch King under saddle in both English [...]

Monty Roberts Willing Partners™: KING COYOTE QUIXOTE2013-10-11T04:47:26-07:00

Monty Roberts Willing Partners™: HOLLYWOOD GLADIATOR

2013-10-11T04:37:28-07:00

  “Gladiator” is a 2009 buckskin gelding 15hh. This horse is very gentle, easygoing and kind natured. His diversity and acceptance of different situations gives one confidence and the opportunity to have a great ride. Can be ridden western or English. Watch Gladiator Join-Up with Monty:

Monty Roberts Willing Partners™: HOLLYWOOD GLADIATOR2013-10-11T04:37:28-07:00

Monty Roberts Willing Partners™: Sugar Daddy

2013-08-22T06:17:08-07:00

  “Sugardaddy” is a 2009 grey gelding 15.2hh. This horse is an intelligent partner with a generous and sweet nature. His smooth gaits make him a pleasure to ride. Can be ridden Western or English. Watch Sugardaddy perform Western dry work and over challenging obstacles: Watch Sugardaddy being ridden English, and being trained to pull [...]

Monty Roberts Willing Partners™: Sugar Daddy2013-08-22T06:17:08-07:00

How sensitive is your horse?

2013-06-18T22:01:30-07:00

Question: My horse is very sensitive in the flank and the stifle area. When I am grooming her, she seems to get very angry. She puts her ears back and even acts as though she would kick me. When I brush or touch her in the area of the flank or the stifle, she moves [...]

How sensitive is your horse?2013-06-18T22:01:30-07:00

Why do some horses defecate at the start of a training session?

2013-04-17T07:43:17-07:00

Question: Is there significance to defecation when training horses in an enclosed area, i.e. Is it nerviness or release? Monty's Answer: Let me say right at the outset that I discuss this phenomenon quite often as I do my demonstrations. If I have written an answer to this question, I can't remember having done so. [...]

Why do some horses defecate at the start of a training session?2013-04-17T07:43:17-07:00

Are You Too Old for Horses?

2013-03-19T09:53:45-07:00

Question: Do you think with age come limitations in being able to become a better rider/ handler? I ask this because I am 46 years old and up until I bought Honey 5 years ago I hadn't ridden or handled a horse in more than 20 years. I always think there is so much more [...]

Are You Too Old for Horses?2013-03-19T09:53:45-07:00

What is the best way to introduce a horse to a train?

2012-06-05T23:40:38-07:00

Question: I have purchased a 14-year-old bombproof mare but she comes from an area without trains.  I live in a rural area but I cannot go very far without crossing train tracks. What is the best way to introduce a horse to a train? On this road there is about 5 other horse owners, but [...]

What is the best way to introduce a horse to a train?2012-06-05T23:40:38-07:00

Monty Roberts, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author, Publishes Two Books for Children

2010-12-03T19:03:32-07:00

Solvang, CA (November 30, 2010) - Monty Roberts' seventh and eighth books enlighten and entertain children while helping them better understand the hearts and minds of horses. These first novels from Monty were inspired by requests from little girls the world over to tell the story from the mustang's perspective. Like Black Beauty, the story [...]

Monty Roberts, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author, Publishes Two Books for Children2010-12-03T19:03:32-07:00