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About Tristan Tucker
Tristan has learnt from the best trainers from dressage experts to Australian horsemanship gurus and circus trainers. He has realized that it’s of great importance to really understand a horse and have a good understanding of horsemanship.
Tristan has proven with his TRT method that every (dressage) horse can be confident and relaxed but that it just takes the right training. It’s his mission to show horse owners that they don’t have to take certain behaviour for granted and that it can be changed.
Due to the overwhelming demand for training and clinics worldwide about the TRT method, Tristan has launched the online program with co-founder Conny Loonstra. This way, ambitious riders all over the world can now work with the TRT method.
When starting your young horse, it’s an excellent moment to give your horse the tools they need to be successful in our human environment, but also to show them how to manage themselves.
A horse that is very laid-back and maybe extremely lazy, often struggles to get himself motivated. How do you get those horses to be in control of themselves, how do they learn to give themselves a feeling of having energy, of being athletic, of being something that is feeling good? That’s where my Groundwork Wednesday comes in!
Leading your horse safely is vital when you have a hot horse or work with a lot of different horses. So I set out and recorded a video to show people how what I do to lead my horses anywhere safely and how to respond when your horse has a lot of energy and wants to run over you.
During TRT Live in the Netherlands, I had the pleasure to meet Electric Pleasure. This mare really lived up to her name! It took me quite a while to teach her that she didn’t have to rely on her natural instincts, but that she could manage herself instead. You can see clips from the demonstration […]
One of our online members asked me what she should do when her horse is spooking and she feels that she is reacting in her body to when her horse spooks. If you have a horse that’s a little bit nervous or that’s prone to spooking, your anticipation to that spook is creating tension in […]
Last week I was at the World Cup Qualifier, the Dutch Masters, in the Netherlands to give two clinics. While I’ve been here, I’ve been really focusing on where the attention of the riders is when they’re bringing their horse to the warmup or when they are entering the main arena to ride their test. […]