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Roxanne Brooks
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

PO Box 10898
Fairbanks, AK 99710 USA
Email: info*holydogranch.com (replace * with @)
John Lyons horseman Roxanne Brooks lives in South Central Alaska (Fairbanks North Star county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Anchorage, Valdez.

Tammy Holland
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

PO Box 10611
Fairbanks, AK 99710 USA
Email: info*holydogranch.com (replace * with @)
John Lyons horseman Tammy Holland lives in Central Alaska (Fairbanks North Star county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Fairbanks, Ester, North Pole, Manley Hot Springs, Big Delta, Nenana.

Diane Sullivan
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

PO Box 670272
Chugiak, AK 99567 USA
Email: stable*mtaonline.net (replace * with @)

John Lyons horseman Diane Sullivan lives in South Central Alaska (Anchorage county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Anchorage, Valdez, Butte, Wasilla, Cooper Landing, Whittier.

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Tony Payne
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

3070 Nail Road
Warrior, AL 35180 USA
Email: tony*tonypayne.org (replace * with @)
John Lyons horseman Tony Payne lives in Central Alabama (Jefferson county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Birmingham, Hoover, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa.

Jason Wilds
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

4164 Co. Hwy. 61
Guin, AL 35563 USA
Email: info*wildshorsemanship.com (replace * with @)
John Lyons horseman Jason Wilds lives in Northwestern Alabama (Marion county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Birmingham, Double Springs, Tupelo, Tuscaloosa, Columbus.

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Danny Wilson
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

4808 S Hwy 252
Charleston, AR 72933 USA
Email: dannywilson*hughes.net (replace * with @)

John Lyons horseman Danny Wilson lives in West Central Arkansas (Franklin county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Fort Smith, Ozark, Bentonville, Charleston, Spadra, Booneville.

john lyons horse training - Arizona

Trisha Beres
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

PO Box 623
Queen Creek, AZ 85242 USA
Email: roadrunner5771*aol.com (replace * with @)

John Lyons horseman Trisha Beres lives in Central Arizona (Maricopa county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Chandler, Mesa, Phoenix, Glendale, Tucson, Peoria.

Megg Berry
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

17722 East Melody Dr.
Higley, AZ 85236 USA
Email: meggberry*yahoo.com (replace * with @)

John Lyons horseman Megg Berry lives in So. Central Arizona (Maricopa county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale.

Sherre Finicum
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

PO Box 1
Fredonia, AZ 86022 USA
Email: azsage7*yahoo.com (replace * with @)

John Lyons horseman Sherre Finicum lives in North Central Arizona (Coconino county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Kaibab National Forest, Page, Kanab, Colorado City, Tuba City, St George, Parowan, Cedar City.

Jean Franzmeier
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

34820 N. 14th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85086 USA
Email: windrushranch*yahoo.com (replace * with @)

John Lyons horseman Jean Franzmeier lives in South Central Arizona (Maricopa county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler, Glendale.

Clay Harper
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

9030 N Camino Coronado
Tucson, AZ 85704 USA
Email: info*clayharperinc.com (replace * with @)
John Lyons horseman Clay Harper lives in Central Arizona (Pima county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Salida, Gunnison, Buena Vista, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver.

Lauriel Luther
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)

2212 W. Keller Ct.
Phoenix, AZ 85086 USA
Email: lluther*qwest.net (replace * with @)
John Lyons horseman Lauriel Luther lives in Central Arizona (Maricopa county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Peoria, Phoenix, Wickenburg, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler.

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Round Pen First Steps

A sample from Day 1:

"If, despite your best efforts, your horse refuses to move around the pen, bring in another horse, one he gets along with and concentrate on getting the second horse to move. The second horse will give the first horse the proper idea: move. Before long you'll be able to remove horse number two.

Get the horse trotting around the pen, it doesn't matter which direction, clockwise or counter clockwise, as long as you pick a direction and stick with it (for now). Use the least amount of pressure it's takes to get the horse moving, then relax and stand in the center, the horse traveling around the perimeter. If your horse wants to turn back in to you or stand near you, do what it takes to get him to move off. Let the horse turn in and hang out with you now and you're teaching him from the start that he's the boss. Don't let that happen. See if for what it is - and it ain't obedience. If your horse is winging around at mach 60, so be it. Sooner or later every horse will slow down. Just stare off and listen to the beat."

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"Halter breaking a horse made easy! Use the methods of John Lyons to get a halter on your horse. Also covered in this article to a lesser extent: Catching your horse, stall manners, head shyness

I was in a great mood this morning; all was right with the world. Then I spent twenty minutes trying to get a human on the phone when I called my bank. After saying my account number for the 27th time to a computer I was frothing at the mouth and blood vessels were bulging from my neck. What's this got to do with horses? Simply this: How many times have we approached our horses smiling - and walked away spitting nails? Haven't we all wanted to take up a frying pan when our horse refused something simple like picking up his feet, standing for mounting or allowing himself to be haltered? I write this article, then, in the interest of making your horse world a little less contentious. I'll talk specifically about haltering problems, but the running theme can be applied to other, similar issues.

Clinton Anderson is fond of saying (something akin to) "frustration begins where knowledge leaves off." Exactly. But it also kicks in when we simply let something "get to us." Do you think my banker would have got my goat this AM had I just won the lottery? The secret to horse training may be "Get an education, be consistent and spend the necessary time," but simply saying that leaves a lot of room for interpretation. So, today, we'll add this: "...And don't let the sucker get ya down."

Be advised that training your horse to properly turn and face you and/or training your horse to come to you are beyond the scope of this article. I will go over a couple of quick fixes - but know that a horse that disrespects you in such a cavalier fashion has larger issues that need to be addressed. That horse is telling you in no uncertain terms "You ain't the boss, get lost." (And that attitude will surface when you're out riding.) Do yourself a favor and get some info (from an article, a book, a video, or a pro) on how to teach your horse to properly stand when you approach. Better yet, learn to teach your horse to come to you. There's a huge difference between the attitude of a horse that walks away from you and the horse that comes when asked.

Halter breaking a horse begins like this: If your horse is in a stall and he turns away from you, then you'll want to annoy him until "something" (an ear, a head, a body) turns toward you, however briefly. Be super careful and stand well away from those kicking feet. A full "horse length" is a good rule of thumb. Standing back, you'll"

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