Wendy Dempsey McCarter

This book is the number one book to read. If you can only read one book on how to work with your horse then read this one!! Please! For the horses.

Glenn Perry – Queensland Australia

G’day Neil , Just wanted to say that I think the Fear-free Horse Training book is bloody excellent. I’m not a horse trainer but I’ve certainly made so so many mistakes while working with my horses. I’m now slowly getting myself sorted and calmed down. Thanks for sharing a lifetimes worth of knowledge and learning … Read more

Tuesday Rennie

I can never say enough good about Neil!!!  I’ve worked with horses my whole life and 2 years ago received his book.  It changed my world!!!  I have found my life with horses so much easier.  And his number 1 rule (rubbing your horse’s head) works  like a charm.  As he says ‘u can never … Read more

Liane Farr

Best book, fantastic,step by step guide.great photos a book you can keep going back to. Thank you Neil

Betty Davies

Neil’s book has been like a Bible to us. His approach is amazingly kind and workable. It has allowed us to break in so many thoroughbred horses that display quiet manners, with no fizzy outbursts that so many thorougbreds show. Thanks Neil

Fred Beartwo

I took Neil’s approach onboard because it made sense, and never looked back. Awesome and it certainly puts paid to all the garbage you see about training horses. Lovely, gentle, cooperative, willing and brave horses has for me, always been the outcome. Thank you Neil, you changed my life for the better and helped me … Read more

Annette McFadgen

Love this book Neil. I have followed to the letter and so far have had great success my foal. She is now a yearling, and loves everyone, and is inquisitive about everything. I re -read bits as I get to different stages so I get it right ( as much as I can). The float … Read more

Suz Lloyd

Your knowledge and advice is not measurable Neil.  My little Welsh Cob Ivy and I are developing such a beautiful trusting bond by following your approach.  Stand at float and encourage – rub head – no step backwards or halter pressure applied.  Then step forward – rub head – and voila – she walks on … Read more

Anthony Fletcher

This man is a encyclopaedia on handling any discipline with horses , if only there were more out there like him.