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How horses learn is not complicated and it's what everybody should know
before doing anything with a horse. Especially when loading a horse in
a trailer, you need to understand what motivates a horse to do
something for us. Even something they are naturally afraid of. It will
be more deeply explained in my E-book and Video's.
* Does loading your horse in the trailer take a lot of time?
* Would you like to be able to load your horse by yourself?

There is a safe and easy way to load your horse and have them relaxed
during the trip.

In the last eight years I have experienced that all horses can learn to
load voluntarily with this approach
which I will explain in detail in my FREE E-book.
Your horse too can learn to accept the trailer as a comfortable and
safe place;load calmly, with confidence and respect for you.

For many people and horses, trailer loading and transporting is a
frustrating topic,
but it does not have to be that way. I help people and horses with
trailer loading through
this website and blog, my E-book and the video material.
Read here what others have said about my E-book or read the preview.
So are you ready to learn how to load your horse on the trailer in a
Natural way? This means that you use the psychology and natural
adaptability and curiosity of the horse. This is the way of Natural
Horsemanship and I have been a (Parelli) Natural Horsemanship
instructor professionally for 8 years.
Read more about me and my trailer loading experience with Natural
Horsemanship on the page About Eddy Modde

13 Comments so far |v

1. E. Fleming says:
September 15, 2010 at 9:30 pm
An ad for this came up on Facebook, and I thought to myself "the
best way to learn how to trailer load is to learn about natural
horsemanship." And low and behold! Really beautiful.
2. Lydia says:
September 20, 2010 at 11:57 pm
brillaint i wouldn't mind if my horse went in a trailer head or bum
first ,but he doesn't , he hates being loaded to the point of him
becoming dangerous and rearing
3. Jens says:
October 14, 2010 at 10:41 am
Like E Fleming, saw the ad on Facebook, thought "hmmm, see what it
is". I've got one that loads quickly and easily at home but won't
stay in long enough for us to safely do the breeching let alone the
ramp. I need ideas.
4. Jenneane Crofts says:
October 23, 2010 at 9:18 am
Hi there,
I don't have a problem loading, its when we are moving my boy has a
fit and I get the feeling he is coming out of the bottom of the
Do you have any top tips? I thought of taking him on small journeys
every day on the property until he accepts it, is that the right
thing to do?
5. Dinka says:
October 29, 2010 at 1:10 am
Jeanneane, horses who are scared while travelling have usually had
a bad experience. The only way to cure that is to drive like a
SNAIL around every corner or significant curve in the road. This is
the movement that unbalances horses and scares them. A lot of
drivers don't realise just how slowly they must go around a corner
to make it comfortable for the horse. Try to come to a stop before
turning, then gently go forward, to eliminate any tilting motion
for your horse.
I have a horse that has scrambled in the float, in the past, always
around a corner, now I drive at snail's pace around corners and the
problem's gone!
6. Eddy Modde says:
October 29, 2010 at 11:24 am
Thank you Dinka for answering Jenneane's question. You have a good
point to slow down first and then take the turn. Fear in the
trailer very often has to do with the horses balance.
7. Michel Suss says:
December 4, 2010 at 5:03 pm
Fantastic! everything with calm and sweetness! I live in Burgundy
(France) and I adore your way of work with the horses.
8. Hillies says:
September 19, 2011 at 11:03 am
Hi all. I have a horse who is 16years old and has had a bad
experiance in a box, so when i got him it took me forever to teach
him to box and after a looong time he was fine, got in, stood
still. got out at the show and got back in after like a star, then
the other day he just didn't want to in, so after half an hour he
got in and as we started to drife off he started to rear and freak
out and almost went over backward in the box!! why is he now after
3years of having him doing this again?? how can i help him get over
this fear again?
9. admin says:
September 22, 2011 at 10:53 am
Hi Hillies,
If only horses could talk. We often don't know why they do things
like this. I also know, they never do it without a reason from
their point of view. He might have been a very introverted horse.
Standing still does not mean they are okay. And finally, he
exploded. But yes, you can still get him over this fear with this
10. Theresa Hayes says:
October 31, 2011 at 4:59 am
I am unable to play online videos of any sort due to poor internet
connection here. Can I purchase a DVD instead?
Thank you.
11. Wendy says:
November 2, 2011 at 4:01 pm
I have been working for about three months now to get my horse to
load. She had a bad trailer experience last summer that left her
very injured and laminitic, from a fellow I had hired for a long
trip because I didn't have my own trailer at the time. When I work
with her I usually am out there for about 3 hours quietly asking
and I have progressed to her 2 front feet in the trailer without
her shaking with fear, but no further. We seem to be stuck here and
I don't know how to progress. Any ideas?
12. admin says:
November 4, 2011 at 11:32 am
Hi Wendy,
You need to live in the moment, not in the past. Yes, she had a bad
experience. But you need to have positive energy about the trailer,
she will pick up on it. And quietly asking won't get horse to go on
when they are in fear. You need to assertively ask them to take a
step and then they will experience that it is okay.
13. admin says:
November 4, 2011 at 11:35 am
I am testing in Holland if there's enough demand for a DVD. I do
not have a DVD in English yet, sorry.

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