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“Just a quick note to say what a great job you have done with little Frankie Frankham and we really appreciate your support in this charity matter.”Becky from Frankham Consultancy Group
My friend Tricia and I came to your open afternoon yesterday and what a brilliant time we had, we didn’t want it to end. The staff were all so friendly and helpful and made us feel very welcome.
I along with everyone else was fascinated by your ability to achieve such amazing results in such a short time. Your calmness, understanding, knowledge and endless patience was just wonderful to watch. I have to say that you have yourself two Jason Webb groupies, sorry but its a burden you will have to bare !!!!
We both look forwards to the next opportunity to visit and watch you at work.
I went to one of Jason’s clinics & it was excellent! He has helped me with my 19 month old colt that I had big issues with feeding & his overall behaviour. I put into practice what jason recommended and now I have a better behaved easier to handle boy. Jason had a solution for everything I asked him and I highly recommed his clinic’s for people and horses of all ages and problems, big or small! Caroline Raishbrook
I sent Darcy to Jason as an 3 yr old for him to be backed. He was never the easiest horse to handle but Jason transformed him and I believe he gave him the best possible start to his working life. He has now been sold to a young rider in wales -I just wish I had known jason when Darcy’s mum was a 3 yr old! Sarah Fiddes
It is now a year since Jason worked his magic on Sooty and I can honestly say that Sooty in now 99% not nervous anymore. He is now a ‘normal’ horse, yippee! Friends can handle him and he doesn’t back away when I walk towards him with a brush anymore, I have given him a trace clip with my big clippers and even clipped half his face, I never thought I would ever get near him with clippers. This is all down to Jason teaching Sooty how to react to situations and the best way to cope with his own decisions. As a nervous rider this combination could have been a recipe for disaster but I have stuck to Jasons instructions to the letter and it has really paid off. We now confidently hack in Bedgebury forest with friends and Sooty has just started jumping with a friend of mine. I hope to have him out to his first dressage shows with me ridig him in the new year. 2013 will be an exciting year for Sooty. Thanks Jason, and all your staff as I know they all helped make Sooty a more confident pony, I can’t thank you enough. Sarah Baldwin
“Kudos to Jason Webb at Australian Horsemanship – he is working wonders with my colt who has a strange travelling habit. A welcoming, horse-focussed yard with great staff and 5* care”Tally Wade, Editor Western Horse UK Magazine,
“I just wanted to say a big thank you for all of your hard work sorting Willow out. He has returned a well mannered, all round nice person both on the ground and under saddle. The stock saddle is a great confidence giver and one of my best purchases (not including Willow!) and I would recommend them to anyone as you just feel so safe in them. Willow and I are looking forward to many happy years together thanks to Jason’s training, so we wish you all the best for the future.”Kim Weatherly
‘I left feeling much more confident in the way I handled my horse’Nicola Power
“My young German Warmblood, Don Amour, has now competed four times at Affiliated Dressage, winning the open section three times and coming second once. Not one score yet below 70% – thank you so much Jason for giving my horse such a brilliant start!!”Alison Nye-Warden
Things with Danny have just gone from good to really good and now they are brilliant. I cant believe the change in him, I am doing things with him now that I only dreamed about at christmas, we have been hacking out 3 or 4 times a week, all round the roads and over the fire hills, he loves it, he is so much calmer and nicer to have around. I have been doing school work a couple of times a week which is going so well I cant believe it is the same horse that I sent to you to back. He loves his work now and loves being ridden which is making it all so pleasurable for me, I have started him over coloured poles on the weekend just gone and wow what a little love he is. I cant find the words to thank you for what you have done for him and for me, I have all my confidence back with him, which includes cantering over the hills on fairlight,(never thought I would be doing that with him) we are having so much fun together… Guess what, I can after all this time put a proper english bridle on him now without him or I even thinking about it and without taking it all apart to do so! He even looks forward to being ridden now, when he sees me go and get tack he always thinks it for him the look on his face is priceless when I go to one of my other horses!
We have been jumping x-country and showjumping only over 2ft 6 but its a start, danny is loving everything I am doing with him, the “proof of the pudding is definately in the eating”, all your training methods have and still are working to the point where i take danny out on roads on my own and hack all over the fire hills and pett and fairlight on my own, something I thought I would never be doing with any horse let alone danny.
We are going to our first very novice walk and trot dressage test in two weeks time and I cant wait.
If there is anyone out there that has any doubts as to your training and re-training of horses I can reassure them that danny is living proof that they work and go on working if the simple rules are followed when the horses is taken home, danny was a very nervous anxious little horse when he went to you, and now, he is very confident (if not a little over confident) in himself which has made him a better and nicer horse to have around, he had problems with puttin on and taking off the bridle and the saddle and now they go on without any fuss and without any tears. As you said the proof of the pudding is is the eating and by god the food was good! thankyou again Jason.Cindy Hatton
Jason has a remarkable empathy with horses and seems to get inside their heads immediately. They respond very happily and calmly to him and his work with them on the ground is remarkable. He, in return is always very quiet and firm with them and teaches them very quickly. Jason started a horse of mine and when riding he encourages horses to go forward from the beginning of their training thereby producing very well balanced and confident animals. If ever I have had a problem with a horse, for example loading, he has come to my house and helped me. He teaches the handlers as well as the horses with great patience! Jason has attended our Pony Club camps and has taught our members the rudiments of polocrosse which they very much enjoyed. He made the ‘lecture’ fun and encouraged children of all levels to take part.
Hattie Cripps District Commissioner, Romney Marsh Branch of the Pony Club Midge… Midge has turned into a show jumper! Without you this would not of been possible – he would have been the biggest ‘field pony’ in the world if we had taken the advice of others (one even said shoot him he’s too much trouble!). Thank you so much, we would highly recommend you to anyone.