Educating those who prefer a natural horsestyle.

The Northwest Natural Horsemanship Center (NWNHC) is an educational resource for those interested in building a more holistic relationship with their horse. The Center conducts lessons, classes, clinics and special events focused on the principles of natural horsemanship.

Education


Natural Horsemanship will change your relationship with your horse! Join us for lessons and courses, no matter if you have been riding for years or are new to horses.

Camps


Learn and have fun at our Summer and Winter Camps for little horse lovers 8 years and older. Make lasting memories here!

Events


Attend clinics by internationally renowned clinicians, share in fun play days and test your skills in friendly competitions.

High Quality Training

"I would highly recommend NWNHC for anyone interested in high quality natural horsemanship training and instruction."

S. Dodd

NWNHC, LLC
2018-05-15T21:06:44+00:00

S. Dodd

"I would highly recommend NWNHC for anyone interested in high quality natural horsemanship training and instruction."

NWNHC is Best

"I board my horse here, and I honestly wouldn't want him anywhere else."

Jodi S.

NWNHC, LLC
2018-05-15T19:56:42+00:00

Jodi S.

"I board my horse here, and I honestly wouldn't want him anywhere else."

Guidance for New Owners

"I would highly recommend this facility to anyone just starting out or just needing some guidance on handling issues that come up in the course of horse ownership."

Karen K.

NWNHC, LLC
2018-05-15T19:59:37+00:00

Karen K.

"I would highly recommend this facility to anyone just starting out or just needing some guidance on handling issues that come up in the course of horse ownership."

Growing Confidence

"Thank you so much for all you do for my daughter. She is having so much fun and her confidence is growing, not just with horses, but elsewhere. The professionalism, gentle encouragement and thorough approach impress me greatly."

Ron P., Parent

NWNHC, LLC
2018-05-15T21:03:52+00:00

Ron P., Parent

"Thank you so much for all you do for my daughter. She is having so much fun and her confidence is growing, not just with horses, but elsewhere. The professionalism, gentle encouragement and thorough approach impress me greatly."

Excellent Teacher

"Thank you sooooo much for the great lessons!!! I am learning a tremendous amount and having fun as well. You are an excellent teacher!!!"

Sandi O., Adult Student

NWNHC, LLC
2018-05-15T21:04:12+00:00

Sandi O., Adult Student

"Thank you sooooo much for the great lessons!!! I am learning a tremendous amount and having fun as well. You are an excellent teacher!!!"

Fostering Leadership

"Thanks so much for fostering in our girls empathy, leadership, and self-confidence through natural hrsemanship and for listening to them and empowering their self expression!"

Tracey K, Parent

NWNHC, LLC
2018-05-15T21:04:42+00:00

Tracey K, Parent

"Thanks so much for fostering in our girls empathy, leadership, and self-confidence through natural hrsemanship and for listening to them and empowering their self expression!"
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In Our Store

Halters, Headstalls & Reins

Troxel Helmets

Dynamite Feed & Supplements

Ther-E-Quest Saddle Pads

Upcoming Events

Students and friends can extend their learning by attending clinics by internationally renowned clinicians, sharing in fun equine play days and testing their skills through friendly competitions.

Foundational Horsemanship (HS101)
August 24 - 28. 2020

Natural Horsemanship Games
September 19 - 20, 2020

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Late summer and fall is the time of year when botflies start laying eggs on your horse’s legs. On first glance, the eggs appear as very small clusters of weed seeds or very small grains of rice.Because the eggs feel itchy, your horse will rub its face on its legs. Within five days the eggs hatch into maggots that move into the teeth and gums.

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Winter Horse Care Tips

Its starting to get chilly here in the Northern Hemisphere and it’s time to consider what special considerations our horse(s) need to stay healthy and comfortable during the rainy and/or snowy months. When deciding what to do for your horse, keep in mind the natural protections that the good Lord gave them and be careful not to interfere with their natural processes.

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