Meet the herd
Oldenburg Warmblood Gelding, 18-Years Old, 17.2 Hands
Halston came into my life during my Internship at the Parelli International Study Center. He had a history of being a pull-away and a bolter, had bucked a few trainers off, and had even sent a few people to the hospital. Because of his natural talent he was pushed through his Dressage Training as a youngster, with little to no attention put towards his foundation training. He had learned things no horse should ever learn. He pushed into pressure, bolted when afraid, and would never connect to humans. When I first met Halston he wanted nothing to do with most people, and if you weren’t at eye level you did not exist. Even knowing that I was still drawn to him and, as luck would have it, he became my perfect partner as we learned about each other and what a true partnership is. I believe I was the first to really listen to him and that is what helped him create a new perspective on humans. Halston is truly my dream horse and he continues to show me what true partnership is all about.
Grade Gelding, 5-Years Old, 14.3 Hands