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Patricia Cornwell with Trip, one of the horses she donated to the guide Horse Foundation

Patricia Cornwell with Trip

Don and Janet Burleson - Copyright 2000 by Lisa Carpenter

Copyright © 2000 by Lisa Carpenter

Dan with Cuddles - Copyright (c) 2001 by Cathleen MacDonald
Copyright © 2001 by Cathleen MacDonald

Cuddles in Harness - Copyright (c) 2001 by Cathleen MacDonald

Copyright © 2001 by Cathleen MacDonald

Don and Janet with Trip and Ras

Copyright © 2000 by Lisa Carpenter

Cuddles on the first flight of a horse on a commercial flight

Copyright © 2001 by Erik Lesser
The worlds first horse to fly in the passenger cabin

Cuddles guiding Dan Shaw

Copyright © 2001 by Erik Lesser

Cuddles at Lunch

Copyright © 2001 by Erik Lesser


Copyright © 2001 by Wiley Miller

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Guide Horse Appearances for Elementary Schools

Janet Burleson, acknowledged as one of the world's pioneering horse trainers, provides free presentations for elementary schools. Whenever feasible, a working Guide Horse team can attend these free appearances and share their experiences and demonstrate a Guide Horse and allow you to meet one -in-person.

This brief 30-minute overview of Guide Horses is especially tailored to the elementary level and is ideal for Elementary school assemblies and schools for blind children. Time permitting, children get a chance to test-drive a fully-trained Guide Horse.

  • All about service animals – horses monkeys and dogs

  • Blind mobility options – caning, shoulder, guide animals

  • Using a guide animal

  • All about horses

  • How are horses different than dogs?

  • Meet a trained Guide horse, in-person

To request a free Guide Horse clinic and appearance, just e-mail info@guidehorse.com 

Click the links for different guide horse seminars:


Please note that the Guide Horse Foundation is a 501(c) charity with a primary goal of working with the visually disabled. Free horse training seminar availability is subject to funding availability, scope of media exposure and personal tine constraints.

We receive thousands of appearance requests each year and it is impossible to accommodate every request for a horse training seminar. If your schedule is flexible, we can place your organization on a wait list and perform your Guide Horse seminar when we are in your area.


 

 

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Training Miniature Horses as Guide Animals for the Blind

Janet Burleson

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The Guide Horse Foundation has the utmost respect for The Seeing Eye® and their seventy-two years of outstanding work with assistance animals for the blind. Even though the press often calls our horses "seeing eye horses", please note that The Guide Horse Foundation is not affiliated with or sanctioned by the Seeing-Eye® or any of the Guide Dog training organizations. Seeing-Eye® is a registered trademark of the Seeing-Eye, Inc.

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