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    05-04-2011, 10:13 PM
Any one ever heard of lauman training?

Was wondering if anyone has ever heard of/used/seen a horse/knows a horse that has been trained at the lauman ranch? She also has a few dvds out there if you have seen them what are your thoughts? Hear of anyone watching them? Im really interested in using them when I do buy a horse but want to know if anyone else has anything to say about them.

This is their website |

And this is the youtube series about their mustang ranger which is how I 1st found out about them and became interested in them

So what do you guys think?
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    05-04-2011, 10:26 PM
I have only watched the youtube vids about Ranger and I have to tell you I do like her technieques (sp?) and her calm demeanor. It made sense to me of what she was doing and explained it very well.

I personally would scoop up a horse from her in a nanosecond. They just seem to be very willing partners.
    05-04-2011, 10:32 PM
Well im glad that someone else has at least seen these videos ! Haha if they really do work like they say they do, and show in these videos I would willingly throw my money at them! I don't think im going to be able to buy what I want so id rather buy a younger cheaper horse and send him to them for a few months, if I can get some positive feed back about them, even if it is only about their dvds (might buy them too )
    05-05-2011, 12:50 AM
I saw the first video posted on this forum a while ago, I then spent an entire day glued to the computer watching every video.

That trainer is amazing.
    05-05-2011, 02:00 AM
Originally Posted by AlexS    
I saw the first video posted on this forum a while ago, I then spent an entire day glued to the computer watching every video.

That trainer is amazing.
i totally agree and to me her fee seems really reasonable, its around 755 a month 550 for training and then 7.50 a day for feed or something along those lines. I just wish I could find someone with 1st hand experiences with her or the horses she works with haha but I think that if I can't find anyone who has used her I will probably buy a dvd or two and go from here. But I probably will end up sending my boy there for a few months to get started if I can lol.
    05-07-2011, 08:34 PM
really no one?

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