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Help struggling families experience the healing power of the horse
Welcome to the Northwest Natural Horsemanship Center online. We are here to be a resource for information and training in natural horsemanship. The Center conducts lessons, workshops, clinics and special events for horse men and women who are interested in building a willing relationship with their horse. Explore and enjoy!
Jim "Hutch" Hutchins
President & Director of Education, NWNHC
American Horsewoman's Challenge Needs Your Help!
The American Horsewoman's Challenge has launched a crowdfunding campaign to "Help Keep The Dream Alive." Check out the website, pledge and do your part to support North America's horsewomen. Visit website
2015 Calendar of Events
The calendar for next year is starting to fill up. Check out all the great courses, camps, clinics, playdays and more we have coming up. Join Craig Cameron, Anna Twinney, Alice Trindle, Terry Wilson or get a headstrt with an NWNHC Intensive Study Certificate Course. See the calendar
It's not too early. Early Bird Pricing Thru March 1
Let your child or grandchild experience th camp that Parent Map magazine called one of the "Great Northwest Horse Camps."
Camp Counselor Certificate Course March 27 - 29
Summer horse camps are always looking for good, experienced camp counselors. Aspiring counselors can earn a Horse Camp Counselor Certificate to prove their skills. Learn more
Red Light Therapy Kits Now Available
The benefits of red light and blue light therapy have been scientifically proven time and again. Our AAH Light photonic pen is a indispensible tool that we use to help treat colic, wounds and soreness. Check it out in the NWNHC Store. You do not want to be without. Learn more
NWNHC is now accepting applications for our popular equine business internships. Our program attracts students from across the U.S., Canada and Europe. It is a real-life experience, not just stall mucking and cheap labor. You will learn what it takes to make a career out of your passion. Learn more