I really can't say anything about his methods/program as I've never heard of him either. His website does strike me as very...grubbing...though. I can't fault the guy for wanting to be the next big thing, but it always makes me raise an eyebrow in question at a person when they go through and create this whole new set of fancy words to describe and categorize the same old training process. I mean, "mellow yellow", "true blue", "solid gold" ??? Really??
Originally Posted by PghSportsFan
...the horse behaved however when she got him back home, his old habits returned...
I did want to address this, however. I wouldn't hold this kind of statement against any trainer as this is a pretty common problem. The horse goes to trainer, trainer gets them straightened out, horse goes home, owner continues to handle horse exactly the same as they did before
horse went to trainer, horse reverts to earlier behavior in response to the handling that likely caused
earlier behavior in the first place.
Unless the owner works with the trainer and works to change how they handle the horse, then no amount of off-site training is going to correct the horse's issues long term.