This course includes a weekly diagram for the duration of four weeks as well as one coaching call.
We offer a wide range of equine services. Our main focus is the education of the next generation of riders. With that being said, we offer lessons for all ages and are committed to ensure a solid foundation for the rider.
We offer limited spots for horses in training at Kaukamo farm in Northern WI. Our program offers basic ground training and work under saddle. Our mission is to provide each horse with a comfortable environment where they can gain confidence in themselves as well as a rider to ensure a positive experience.
If the facility allows, we offer off site training for your equine partner. We will work solely with your horse or both horse and rider to fit your needs. Again, our main goal is to provide a complete understanding of the basics so we can then move on further with your horses training and make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.
We travel to surrounding areas in WI and MN. If you provide the horse we are wiling to travel to your facility on a weekly basis for lessons. Several lesson packages are available.
From time to time we have a few sale horses available. Please feel free to contact us to see if we have a horse that would fit your needs. If you are looking to sell a horse we can offer assistance in that area as well.
Continuing education is very important to us at HJHorsmanship. Check in to see what clinics we will be attending as well as clinics we plan to host ourselves.
Helen grew up in Duluth, MN. She started her journey with horses at the age of five. After several years of weekly lessons and many days helping out at the farm, she acquired her first equine partner, a little haflinger pony. She later acquired a fiver year old trakhner warmblood named Comet.
At the age of 18 Helen moved to Chicago, IL as a working student at KYB dressage. There she received daily lessons on Comet as well as other horses. Helen was able to get experience working horses of all ages and at all levels (from Training to Prix St Georges) under saddle as well as on the ground. She was exposed to many different types of training.
After several years in Illinois Helen moved to Lexington, KY where she took a position as an equine vet tech. There she was able to gain much knowledge on the medical side of the equine industry. In addition to teching Helen has been assisting her husband Court in running a Thoroughbred boarding/training operation. She has been lucky enough to gain exposure on the management side of things as well. Helen and Court are now very excited to offer services in Northern WI/MN.
Over the years Helen has been able to work with several trainers such as Kim Barteau, Bo Jena, Kathy Morelli, Ulf Wadeborn, Albrecht Heidemman, Dan James and several others. She plans to always continue her education as she believes you never stop learning. Her main focus is on Dressage, but her goal is to create a solid foundation for horse and rider. She believes that basics are the most important part of a training curriculum. True horsemanship is what matters.
Helen hopes she can encourage the younger generation to be involved in the equine world because of everything it has taught her. The HJHorsemanship program hopes to be largely involved with the education of young riders. Helen wants to ensure that they have a safe and enjoyable experience with their equine partners.
HJHorsemanship offers training help for everyone English or Western. In the end our main goal should always be a program that works best for you and your horse.