Online Training Service

You’ve seen lots of great information here on Art2Ride but maybe you’ve got more questions that haven’t been answered yet. If you’d like Will Faerber or an Associate Trainer to personally critique your horse but you can’t actually attend one of our clinics, we can offer you our services virtually through YouTube.

Simply send us a video of your horse on a lunge line, being ridden or any specific issue that you would like help with. You can upload that video to YouTube and send us the link via email at: Will Faerber will personally review the footage and offer a live commentary as he watches it. He’ll then send you back a video with the commentary track playing right along with the video for you to review.  You also have a choice to have your critique done by one of the certified Associate Trainers which will also be reviewed by Will Faerber for content.

This entire process is completed through YouTube and we’ve even prepared a how-to video to better explain the process. Click the link below to see how to get your video to us. Once you’ve watched it, you can click the PayPal button below to submit your order. The price is $100 for up to 30 minutes of video commentary by Will Faerber/Karen Loshbaugh or $50 by a certified Associate Trainer.

We also offer phone consultations as well. The cost is $50. Please contact us at to book an appointment.

Online Training Service

****Note: Please submit videos without audio****


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