Madison, WI – Nov. 1, 2012 – Ray Ainsworth, known as the man horses talk to, will be featured as a clinician at the 2013 Midwest Horse Fair®. The expo is one of the nation’s top three-day equestrian events and will be held April 19, 20 & 21 – 2013 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI.
Ainsworth was born and raised in Raymond, Mississippi. From a young age, he studied the language of horses. As a winning jockey, trainer, and competitor, Ainsworth developed and fine-tuned a resistance-free, no-nonsense technique that he uses in teaching horses and working with behavioral issues of every kind.
Now days, Ainsworth travels the United States giving entertaining and informative clinics to horse lovers. In addition to his series of teaching DVDs, he has a weekly half-hour television show on RFD-TV. Through all of these avenues, Ainsworth teaches all types of horses how to behave the right way with a maximum of understanding and a minimum of stress to the horse. Ainsworth works with young foals, old mares, abused horses, trailer-shy horses, as well as horses who will not allow their feet and ears to be handled and every horse in between.
Opportunities are available for participants to work with Ray Ainsworth at the 2013 Midwest Horse Fair®. Details can be found at the Midwest Horse Fair’s web site. Ray Ainsworth’s appearance is proudly sponsored by Blain’s Farm & Fleet.
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