|About||Deluxe care horse boarding, training in Northern Virginia. Hunter jumpers, pleasure, problem horse training. Riding lessons.|
• Confidence Problems?
• Ground Manners need work?
• Trailer loading problems?
• Too much horse? OTTB re-start?
• Want a better relationship with your horse?
Trailer-in lessons available on Saturdays. New students - Free 30 minute assessment/consult about you and your horse.
Suzanne Liscouski, owner and trainer, grew up in the horse world the traditional way, through pony club as a child, competing in local, state and regional events, and through Sweet Briar College’s equestrian Hunter-Jumper program. Since 1999 when she started her first colt with Ray Hunt, her methods and riding philosophy have been honed to give the horse a "better deal" as Ray taught. What does that mean? It means doing more with less, making your horse a willing partner, and approaching training in a way that is meaningful to the horse and to the rider. You don’t have to be a cowboy to adapt these foundational methods to your discipline. Rather, this holistic approach provides a solid foundation to develop confidence, safety, and a true connection with your horse. The horsemanship is a foundation link to your discipline and your relationship with your horse.
Suzanne continued to do clinics with Ray Hunt (who mentored Buck Brannaman) and was fortunate to have the honor of being Ray’s European trip planner and translator in 2002. In 2004 she began riding with other known clinicians in the training world, including the (then) little known Buck Brannaman who would later become known as the man in the excellent documentary “Buck.” Suzanne continues to ride with Buck when he comes to the East, and other like minded trainers (that Ray mentored before passing on) such as Joe Wolter and Bryan Neubert to continue her learning and ability to pass the experience on to her students.
Most recently, Suzanne has become a proponent of similar methods used by Pat Puckett and Patrick King (also a Ray Hunt protégé) who offer clinics at her home, Briar Creek Farm. Quite simply, Suzanne beli