Rogers has been professionally in the equine industry for 35 years as a trainer,
instructor, breeder, and consultant for locating and purchasing amateur and
youth horses. Starting colts , training and showing the working horses has
been her preference over the years. Ann has found
that PAIN causes 98% of the problems that develop during the horsesí
training process. When pain occurs, the horse compensates itís line of
movement in order to please the rider and becomes Therefore, the horse
becomes unbalanced, degrading the horse's health, well-being and performance. Ann
has developed an equine training program that will restore balance. Finding and eliminating pain in her
training horses over the past 10 years have become a major part of her daily
routine. Pain can be
recognized by the horsesí eye appearance, body stance or carriage, sour ears,
swishing tail, movement compensation, hesitation to go forward and or "
Incorrect structure, and alignment become major issues for pain control.
A horse in whole health and free of pain is a perfectly balanced and
superior athlete. Ann and her husband Lenny live in Powell Butte, Oregon.