Bob and Suzanne’s Two as One Horsemanship™, a unique horse training partnership, strikes a perfect balance between the English and Western riding disciplines that inspires equine enthusiasts worldwide. Join them online, at equine expos nationwide, and for their Two as One Clinics, Horsemanship Education Courses, ProTrack™ Horse Trainer Certification Program, and Bob & Suzanne’s Wind Rider Equestrian Challenge, the hottest cross disciplinary competition in North America!
If you think that New York doesn’t have cowboys, you’ve never met Bob Jeffreys. For over 25 years Bob has been helping riders develop their horsemanship skills to produce the most rewarding relationship possible with their horses. He is the co-founder of the Partnership Training for Horse & Rider® system and his unique Vowel Method of Applied Pressure™ enhances the rider’s ability to communicate using the most effective techniques available to gain control over the horse’s specific body parts. His students enjoy his no-nonsense approach, witty attitude and his uncanny ability to pinpoint problems and develop specific solutions. Bob’s homebase, Two as One Ranch, is located next to a 3,800 acre state park with miles of riding trails in Middletown, New York. He writes columns for various equine publications, has been featured on both radio and equine TV shows, and has authored a book, “It’s All About Breakthroughs!” Bob is an AQHA Professional Horseman.
Suzanne’s love of horses and their beautiful movement, in-depth understanding of correct biomechanics and teaching expertise have all come together in her work as a horse trainer, Centered Riding© Clinician and co-founder of Two as One Horsemanship™. Suzanne’s cross disciplinary equine interests include trail riding, dressage, reining, jumping, gaited horses and more. With a Masters Degree in Education, a black sash in T’ai Chi and more than 20 years of teaching experience, her unique ability to teach complex equitation concepts in a humorous, creative and down to earth style empowers her students to progress in their chosen discipline safely, effectively and joyfully. In her spare time (ha ha!) she writes equine articles, develops and appears in instructional equine DVDs, practices T’ai Chi and spends time with her Bernese Mountain dog, Maverick. Suzanne is an AQHA Professional Horsewoman.