We are the leading Centre for Equine Rehabilitation using Reward Based Training and a Not For Profit Organisation.
Our Spanish horses have been rescued from neglect, abuse or homes where their behaviour made them dangerous to handle. We take them in and rehabilitate them using reward-based training.
Spanish horses are innately sensitive and intelligent. Working with them helps you discover your own depths of sensitivity and compassion.
Come and help us to train them and learn to trust people so they become happy, soft and responsive.
Do you want to learn to train your own horse for calm connection?
Learning with us is a fast-track way to gain skills to take home and train your own horse.
Our teachers are Claire Waldron and Rachel Bedingfield joint founders of the Centre. Rachel is co author of the BEST SELLING "Connection Training" book. Claire is highly qualified in Equine Studies and teaches all aspect of positive horse keeping.
Grasp the opportunity to take your skills to the next level!
Enjoy your break in beautiful Andalucia
Andalucia is famous for wonderful food, amazing landscapes and its historic culture. You can visit the incredible heritage cities of Granada, Seville and Cordoba.
We are close to the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort and the Mediterranean Coast. Ski in the morning, swim in the afternoon!
Our Casa is a home from home, quiet with a lovely garden and solar heated pool.
It's a haven for you to unplug and re-charge your batteries!
"I most certainly made the right choice to come here for the hoof trimming course. I am absolutely sure you can choose any course at Positive Horsemanship Spain and you will have fantastic time here."- Ali Kismet, Slovakia
"This place is a haven for horses that have known the dark side of life. The dedication and compassion of the people who run it is incredible. I hope you will support the center in their efforts to make the world a better place for the innocents in their care." - Melissa Spell Deal, United States
"What fun! Staying at a lovely house in a tiny Spanish town and working with horses until “siesta,” then late evening chats about training and excellent outdoor dinners under the arbor in the cool Spanish night. A dream come true!" - Amanda Jay, United States