On today’s episode, Ute talks to Daniela Schlingloff, a German horse trainer who moved to the Camargue a couple of years ago to live and work there. Daniela tells us about her journey with horses and how her mare Alisha forced her to get a better and quicker horse women, setting her on her path to become a successful horse trainer. After spending some time in Canada learning Natural Horsemanship and training green horses, she discovered the Dual Activation system developed by the German horse trainer Michael Geitner. She studied it and today is a certified trainer teaching people in Switzerland and France and helping them improve their relationship with horses. We talk about her training methods, how the brain of the horse works, her love for the Camargue horses and why she decided to relocate to Southern France and never regretted her decision.
Live your Dream!
Discovering she preferred relationship over ribbons, Daniela set out on her path to become a successful horse trainer after buying a difficult horse, the black Arabian mare Alisha. Today she lives in the beautiful Camargue with her herd of five Camargue horses offering lessons and training horse owners so they can get a better relationship with their horses.
Our Guests today:
Daniela Schlingloff (France)
Meet Daniela Schlingloff, horse trainer from Germany who has found a new home in the Camargue, a beautiful region in France famous for its horses.
Website of Daniela (in German)
Don’t forget to check out the resources section in this article!
- How to have a better relationship with your horse
- What is Dual Activation
- Why do horses get frightened about the same item twice
- Learn about the Camargue Horses
- How to work with horses of different characters
- Concept of Horsenality
Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!
Today’s episode is sponsored by Horse Trek Mongolia:
Exploration beyond boundaries. Adventure beyond measure. Come ride with us!
Horse Trek Mongolia is a horse trekking company organizing rides and programs in Mongolia.
Horse Trek Mongolia is unique as it is fully owned by Mongolians and all the proceeds from their rides stay in the country. It also donates 20% of all income from the rides and treks to feed, care for and educate disadvantaged Mongolia children.
If you want to know more about Riding Horses in Mongolia click here.
- Podcast about the Camargue
- Dual Activation explained
- Horsenalities explained
- Resources for Equestrian Adventuresses