In the beginning we were solely a not-for-profit horse rescue. Our goals were to rescue, rehabilitate, and retrain unwanted horses. We realized early on that the only way to truly save the horse was to retrain people so they could have safe effective interactions with their equine partners.
At Schuller Stable we use the Downunder Horsemanship method. A natural horsemanship method that involves looking at the horse-human relationship from the horse’s point of view.
What we like to share is how to create a more positive relationship with a horse by using an understanding of the prey-predator relationship and compassion, as opposed to force and intimidation.
“As a society we can learn much from the clear simplicity of this notion.”