Walker's of South 40

Tennessee Walking Horse
Lessons and Training
Walker's of South 40
Al & Kristy Artman
3370 Brophy Road
Eagle Point, OR 97524

(541) 292-0175

I offer lessons for you and training for your horse.  I enjoy seeing my students grow and gain confidence  in themselves and their horse.
The areas that I enjoy working in:
* Ground Manners
* Colt Starting
* Equitation
* Halter and Showmanship
* Gait Improvement
* De-spooking and Trail Confidence
* Trail Obstacle and In-Hand Trail
Hi-Point Novice Horse & Rider
2007 Junior B Showmanship Champion
Kayla Artman
You can read about Danny's accomplishments on his page.  I have done all of my training with him. When I got him he wasn't even two yet.  He was halter broke and that was all. Everything that he has earned we have earned together. He and all my horses are trained with natural horsemanship methods taken from all the famous natural horsemanship trainers, Parelli, John Lyons, Lynn Palm, Clinton Anderson.  I am always learning and open minded to new ideas.  I have rode in clinics for Gina Gardner, Van Bert Farms with his trainer H.T. Derickson. Have been an auditor at too many clinics too list. 
What qualifies someone to be a trainer?
This is my philosophy
Does the trainer respect you as a horse owner and want to guide you and encourage you to have the most positive experience with your horse ?
Does the trainer treat your horse with kindness and the correct disipline when needed?
Do you feel uplifted and more knowledgeable at the end of your lesson?
Is your horse  more confident, safer or better gaited horse than when you started?
Are you growing with your current trainer?
Does your trainer have accomplishment or do any of their students have accomplishments that you admire?
If you can't answer a yes to all of the above questions then where is your training failing you?
I believe all of the above and that those who take advantage of the new horse owner or the novice is hurting  us all who are involved in the horse industry. 
2009,  2010, and 2011  4-H Versatility
1st place.
   Kayla Artman 
This award is earned by doing all classes at fair, community service, judging, record books, presentation, participating in field day and pre-fair.
The first 4-H to do three years consecutive in 20 years! 
If you would like some help or would like some help for your horse.   Lessons and training starts at $20.00. I offer many options including coming to your location, boarding your horse at the farm, lease options and 1/2 lease options.  You can find a contact information form on our contact us page. 
I had the privilege to coach the Jackson County Judging Team.  We had 8 girls go to state representing our county.  Our Intermediate Team took 3rd place in Horse Bowl, 2nd place in Hippology and FIRST PLACE in Judging,  The best team in the State of OREGON!  Way to go girls.
Entered 10 classes won 3 second places, 3 First place ribbons and went back into the championship class and won 4 CHAMPIONSHIPS and 4 REGIONAL MEDALLIONS.
Is this your goal?  Would you like to be in the ribbons? 
I can help you reach your goals and dreams!
2010 Jackson County Fair What a Year our Team Had!!
Pictured left to right    Kristy Artman, Leader,     Kayla Artman Overall Hi-Point "B",    Ariel Dean, Hi-Point Senior "B" and Member Spirit,    Kayla Mainwaring, Trail Intermediate B Champion and Ground Training Champion,    Ellie Puttman Overall Reserve Hi-Point "B",    Olivia Boucher, Showmanship Junior "A" Reserve Champion and Gymkhana Junior Champion ,   Justin Oheme holding the Clubs    2010 Herdsmanship Trophy 
Al Artman, Leader
Not only did they shine as indviduals but as a Team they shined even brighter!
2010 TWHBEA National  Adult Versatility  High Point Award Winner

4th place Western Pleasure

1st Place Equitation
2010  TWHBEA Youth Versatility Top 10 High Point Award Winner
1st Place Over Fences
6th Place Pole Bending
8th Place Showmanship
6th Place Equitation
5th Place Promotion
1st Place Dressage
All with the same
Horse! Good Job Kayla & CC, too