Ryan Rose began as a professional horse trainer and clinician in May 2005. Ryan soon realized that in order to have success as a horse trainer and clinician, he needed to become a horseman. Ryan has studied with many top world-class horseman, spending four years with Pat Parelli.
Ryan now teaches workshops and clinics all over the world as well as running a comprehensive training program at his home in Wisconsin. Ryan’s passion is in creating partnerships between horses and their owners.
His skills in horse development and his teaching set him apart. He also enjoys competing and training horses in ranch versatility.
Please visit Ryan’s calendar of events to see workshops and clinics near you as well as the Rose Horsemanship Center page to find services offered such as training and internship programs. Also, sign up for Ryan’s newsletter for the latest information of upcoming events, blogs, student profiles and much more. You can also follow Ryan on Facebook and YouTube.
Kirsch is Ryan’s Assistant Trainer. She is originally from Alaska. Katie has had horses for more than half of her life, beginning Natural Horsemanship in 2010. Katie currently has a young Quarter Horse, Rise,that she is developing to compete in AQHA Ranch Versatility and hopes to take her to the world show. Katie enjoys developing horses and helping them gain confidence in order to understand ideas and put effort into everything they do.
Ryan’s wife Emily is also part of the Rose Horsemanship Center Team.
While she does not work as a professional in the equine industry, she is an active member of the Center serving as the Barn Manager. Emily trains in the English disciplines including eventing and dressage with her Oldenburg and Friesian Sport Horse. She enjoys learning more about equine nutrition and management as well as equine rehabilitation given her background as a Physical Therapist.