The series will appeal to everyone from the serious horse owner to the arm-chair rider.
Le Claire, Iowa (PRWEB) March 30, 2009
Dennis Brouse, a highly-respected horse trainer and star of the new public television series Saddle Up with Dennis Brouse™ has released a 5-disc training DVD set that teaches training methods that are safe, gentle and effective for both the horse owner and the horse.
The set, which retails for $169, features simple, step-by-step techniques covering the subjects of roundpenning, control techniques, problem solving, despooking, and trailer loading. It can be purchased online at http://www.SaddleUpWithDennisBrouse.com/store.
Brouse has been working with horses since the age of 14. After learning to train horses "the old fashioned way," using intimidation, he realized that he was at odds with this method and began developing his own safer, gentler technique based on building a bond between human and horse. In 1996, Brouse started training horses on a full-time basis, and has since spent thousands of hours studying and fine-tuning his training methods.
His technique, which features a unique rewarding system, is as much about training the horse owner as it is training the horse.
"Training horses isn't about breaking the horse - it's about establishing leadership, building a bond and truly communicating with your horse," said Brouse. "This training DVD set teaches you the simple and effective techniques I've developed that will help you achieve this. It works for any horse, and any owner--even beginners."
Brouse produced his first series of training tapes in 2002. Shortly thereafter he produced a television show that aired on RFDTV. His new show, Saddle Up with Dennis Brouse began airing on public television stations across the country in January of 2009.
Each episode showcases a specific training question or situation addressed by Brouse with the horse's owner. The show also features vignettes of visits to ranches and other organizations where the human bond with horses is illustrated in countless ways.
"Whether you own a horse or just love to watch them in the movies, we'll explore our storied partnership with this magnificent animal," Brouse said. "The series will appeal to everyone from the serious horse owner to the arm-chair rider."
For more information about Dennis Brouse, his training DVDs and Saddle Up with Dennis Brouse, please visit http://www.SaddleUpWithDennisBrouse.com.
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