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Confidence      Communication      Clarity

Kaitlin Knox, Head Trainer   BSc. HNU., MSc. ES.
Vice President & Canadian Regional Director for the Kiger Horse Association & Registry

Focusing on performance based horsemanship, Kaitlin believes that a solid foundation is the key to achieving success in every discipline. She starts from the ground up, developing a sense of feel and communication with the horse through clear training methods that she has learned from some of the world's greatest horsemen. Kaitlin has worked with trainers from Canada, the United States and Australia in many disciplines from cutting to jumping and reining to western dressage. She is an accredited Western and English rider through Equine Canada and specializes in starting young horses.


Kaitlin was awarded the Legacy of Legends Scholarship in 2016 where she worked with multi-world champion NRCHA trainer, Kevin Stallions in Arizona. Kaitlin first came across the teachings of Ray Hunt and the Dorrance brothers while working in outback Queensland, Australia. As a student of horsemanship, she continues to study their teachings and the methods of the many other great horseman around the world.

Currently accepting a limited number of horses for training
Lessons are available by appointment 

Please contact us for bookings and information

***Proof of vaccination is required for all horses coming to the ranch.
Horses must be vaccinated against influenza, tetanus and rhinopneumonitis*** 

Working the flag on Drovers Cheeky Vixen under the instruction of Robert MacKay, QLD

Ryan, Buck Brannaman and Kaitlin at a clinic in Maine

Kaitlin on Sumac Up Top for Miss World Canada

Kaitlin starting a colt under the instruction of Kevin Stallings, Camp Verde, AZ

Halter breaking a yearling, Queensland, Australia

Bucky, Quarter Horse stallion in training, Camp Verde, AZ

Young quarter horse in training at Scanlan Performance horses, QLD

Gem's Spanish Walk

Working Cattle with Robert and Lori MacKay, QLD

Starting Nu Pep Olena Cash on trails

Showing AQHA stallion Chances Cellos Chicks at the Cotton Country Cutting Club show, QLD

Working Smoke on the flag, Camp Verde QLD

Teaching Gem to bow

Working with Nu Pep Olena Cash as a yearling

Riding futurity colt, Shine Bubba Shine as a two year old, Camp Verde, AZ

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