Trailer training

How does Mia get a free, wild horse into a trailer without using a whip, lasso or any other type of equipment?

It requires patience, a sense of calm and confidence. That’s what Mia learned aged 17 at the Viking Saga Ranch in California. Her first challenge was a feisty young lead mare in an area of 1,000 acres.

Mia chooses to work on the basis that the horse chooses to go into the trailer of its own accord – and this process needs sufficient time. Mia usually takes one or two training sessions to achieve this.

Because the horse chooses to go into the trailer voluntarily, it will always go time after time with no conflict, recurring anxiety or stress.