“The Man Horses Talk To”

rayainsworth.jpgThe ApHC is proud to present Ray Ainsworth, “The Man Horses Talk To”. Ray will be giving clinics and will provide some hands on training techniques at the 2008 National Show in Jackson, Mississippi. Special note: Ray’s tv show has been ranked # 1 on RFD-TV.

Ray’s sincere goal is to make the world a better place for horses and their humans through communication. From a young age, Ray Ainsworth has studied the language of horses. As a winning jockey, trainer and competitor, Ray has developed and fine-tuned a resistance-free technique that he uses in teaching horses and working with behavioral issues of every kind.

Ray travels the United States giving entertaining and informative clinics to horse lovers. Ray teaches all types of horses how to behave the right way with a maximum of understanding and a minimum of stress to the horse. Ray 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. Along the way, viewers learn horse language themselves and are able to apply this knowledge to their own dealings with these amazing animals.

Ray was borne and raised in Raymond, Mississippi, and has spent the last fifteen years in Flora, Mississippi. He recently built a state-of-the-art 20,000 square foot facility in Flora that includes a 60′ x 132′ covered lighted arena. Ray’s love for what he does and his calling to communicate with these amazing animals has him making plans for expansion of the facility in the near future.

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1 Comment

  1. Merida McClanahan Said,

    March 7, 2008 @ 10:05 pm

    Just a quick update:

    “Ray Ainsworth Horsemanship” is a weekly half hour program that airs on the RFD-TV Channel. This weekly show began airing in January and has already been declared the new Number #1 equine show on RFD-TV.

    Please tune in each Monday at 4:30 p.m. CST / 5:30 p.m. EST for Ray’s latest episode. If you can’t make the Monday show, it is shown again on Tuesday at 2:30 a.m. CST / 3:30 a.m. EST and on Sunday at 1 a.m. CST / 1 a.m. EST. These times are subject to change due to other live shows that are aired during the week.

    Some episodes that you will see on RFD-TV include:

    Ray “listens” to a previously untrained horse, developing basic communication. Ray uses body language to control the young horse’s speed and direction.

    A major step, Ray saddles the young horse for the first time.
    With the basics covered, Ray takes the young horse for her first ride.

    Ray helps a nervous horse overcome his fear of a human’s touch.

    A horse with kicking problems learns to accept the ferrier.
    Ray teaches owners how to communicate with especially skittish horses.

    With Ray’s guidance, a horse conquers her fear of trailers.
    Ray demonstrates more techniques for working with troubled horses.

    Communicating with horses means learning to listen.
    These are just a few of our great episodes and we hope you’ll tune in for more great shows.

    Don’t miss your April issue of the Appaloosa Journal for a complete Ray Ainsworth National Show Clinic Schedule…and more information coming soon to

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