Next Step in the CWH Journey Starts... Now

October 27, 2016

Over the last year and a half I have had the blessing to meet many tremendous folks, learn so much and could not be more thankful to Dan & Elizabeth James, Double Dan Horsemanship and everyone who has been a part of my journey with Double Dan. Thank you Dan for taking me on, sharing your knowledge and providing many learning opportunities throughout my time with DDH. There are memories that will last a lifetime and knowledge I know will serve me throughout my career and for that I am extremely grateful. 

 

Starting November 1, 2016 I will be taking on outside horses and working out of Meadow Haven Farm, home to Mallory Quarter Horses, located in Paris, Kentucky just 20 minutes northeast of Lexington. I am excited to offer services including:

Colt Starting

Problem Solving

Advancing the Performance Horse

Young Horse Development

Lessons

Clinics

 

Going into the cooler winter months ahead we could not feel more blessed to have a beautiful farm equipped with 12x12 matted stalls, a great indoor arena, round pen and other fantastic amenities to keep us working horses this winter. 

 

We are extremely excited for this opportunity and cannot wait to share The Journey with you. Whether you know of a horse that is in need of training or have been supporting from afar, I greatly appreciate everyone that has made this opportunity possible. Wondering how you can support?  

 

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Welcome to the CWH Blog, a direct insight into Colton's journey as he progresses his horsemanship. Colton's goal is to document his experiences as he works towards developing a better feel, timing, balance and understanding with the horse. By sharing first-hand experiences as well as those learned from others along the way, together we all have the opportunity to continually grow and strengthen the relationship we have with our horses and the people in our lives. 

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