Warwick Schiller makes the right thing easy

Warwick Schiller flew under my radar at first. The Australian transplant (he calls California home now) watched the horsemen of the Horsemen’s Re-Union with me last April. We talked about what they were doing and who was doing well. He’s friendly, knowledgeable, and outgoing.
It doesn’t take much research to discover he’s actually more popular than many of his peers at the Re-Union. (Heck, he’s got twice as many facebook fans as the event itself!) He’s one of the best reiners in the world and recently returned to the States from Australia’s Equitana where he’s hailed as a fan fave and has been featured as an All Star.
What I like about Schiller is his no-nonsense approach to teaching. He’s easy to understand and delivers his message without fuss or condescension. You can find scores of his free video tips on line – another vote in his favor. Most are formally produced. But I like this one for its spontaneity and off-handedness:

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2 Comments

  1. SO cool that you have also found this guy. He is brilliant. Hes not about being flashy and selling products, he’s the real deal! He does sell training videos but also offers training tips on youtube which is fantastic. He even has a facebook page that he personally tends to and responds to people who need help which I find awesome. I love the “make the wrong thing hard and the right thing easy” approach, and he is really great at explaining things. I’ve really tried spreading his name around as much as I can because I would love to see him do a clinic in Maine. I know I sound like a crazed groupie here lol But his approach has changed my life with horses so I just can’t say enough good things about him! Even though this is an old post I still want to thank you for posting about him, he deserves the mention.

  2. Warwick is doing one of his very few US clinics here in Florida Feb. 21-22 2015.
    Perhaps some of you would like to attend as spectators. Those who do not have a horse could use one of ours, if you would like to participate, as a rider. Check out our website for more info, or contact Warwick directly at clinics@warwickschiller.com

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