Several years ago Ken Faulkner started Australian Natural Horsemanship which now has instructors running regular schools for students both in Australia and internationally.
Ken Faulkner has been involved with horses in one form or another from a very early age and began starting horses for the public from the age of fifteen. He has been involved in various aspects of horsemanship, ranging from rodeo, breeding, training and showing horses for the past twenty-eight years.
Thirteen years ago Ken travelled to the United States to study with leading horse instructors. For the next ten years he worked as an instructor teaching courses and starting and training horses in Natural Horsemanship throughout Australia.
Ken himself now conducts courses and starts horses sharing his insights, knowledge and experience throughout Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and more recently Japan.
Ken’s knowledge and information will help people and horses to build a level of communication that will enable you to move forward together as a partnership, understand the intricacies of finesse riding and high level liberty. Australian Natural Horsemanship Study Centre teaches young horse starting and solutions for problem horses, including better communication and understanding for you and your horse.
Several years ago Kathy Stewart became an instructor with Ken Faulkner and Australia Natural Horsemanship and, with Ken, founded the Australian Natural Horsemanship Study Centre where students from throughout Australia and overseas come to study Natural Horsemanship.
Kathy Stewart has been involved with horses for over thirty years and has spent the past seven years studying and teaching natural horsemanship.
As well as teaching, Kathy has been starting horses for the public for the past seven years in Australia and more recently Japan. Kathy continues to study natural horsemanship techniques with Ken Faulkner as well as following her interests in reining and show jumping.