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NWNHC is a distributor of Dynamite specialty horse feeds and supplements.
The Northwest Natural Horsemanship Center (NWNHC), based in Fall City, Washington, reaches out across the Northwestern United States to bring natural horsemanship to horse people of all ages, riding styles and disciplines.
The Center is an educational facility that makes available instruction in natural horsemanship, as well as foundation training for horse and owner, at its campus just outside Seattle, Wash. It also conducts seminars on natural equine health practices, sponsors getaway horse vacations, children's camps, and equine therapy retreats for warrior families.
For more than 15 years, NWNHC has sponsored clinics on a variety of equine subjects. These events are taught by renown clinicians, instructors and equine health professionals from throughout the United States.
What Customers Are Saying
"I want to thank you for what you've created in the Northwest Natural
Horsemanship Center. You've created a community for horse owners and a
wonderful environment for the horses that live there." Marlaina C.
"Been to the NWNHC a few times. The folks that run it are fabulous people! Everyone I know has come out with a phenomenal sense of awe and respect for their experience." CP Chandra
The Center is not officially affiliated with any natural horsemanship organizations. It endorses the following learning systems for their excellent results and draws from them as part of its curriculum:
Natural Horsemanship Equipment
Students of natural horsemanship also have access to trainer-tested natural horsemanship equipment through the NWNHC Store both online and at our retail location at 32925 SE 46th St. in Fall City, Wash.
Students studying to make horses their career can participate in our internationally-recognized internship program. The program is designed around the individual and their area of professional interest. Students come from across the U.S. and Europe. Learn more
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