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Rosca Horsemanship

Ross Cooper of Rosca Horsemanship is a professional horseman, trainer and coach providing quality training for both horse and human alike. From foundation to advanced Horsemanship, Ross travels Nationwide working with a variety of horses, from pleasure to competition, promoting harmonious and willing partnerships built on trust and understanding that achieve positive lasting results through effective communication.


Ross has a unique and intuitive way of working, with an ethical and compassionate approach to training of the horse using the least aversive approach adapted to suit each individual. Complimented by a degree in Equine Psychology (Equine Behaviourist), Ross employs the principles of the natural horse; the natural behaviour, psychology and physiology, the true principles of Natural Horsemanship. Natural Horsemanship is not a method, it is a way of being with the horse; a way of thinking and a way of feeling. By working with the horse in this way, we can mutually communicate in the way that positive progress is made, in a way the horse can understand.

Ross works towards meeting the needs of the horse and ambitions of the handler by finding the right programme and approach that works for them.

As a UKCC coach, Ross caters for all ridden disciplines and both English and Western coaching and training, developing both horse and rider as individuals to achieve their full potential. All training is in the absence of conventional and traditional methods; no fear, no force, no pain and no gadgets, challenging the conditioned way horses are treated and trained to improve the world for all equines.
 

Based in the United Kingdom on the border of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, Rosca Horsemanship is freelance and travels Nationwide, to you for private and group sessions, with clinics, demonstrations and workshops available.

Ross is also a regular writer for Horsemanship Journal/Western Horse UK and Horsemanship Magazine

For information on training, lessons and clinics, contact here today

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