Welcome to Live Equestrian with Scott DePaolo & Teddy Franke!
We live in exciting times when it comes to horsemanship.
Now more than any time in history information can be shared and abilities can be developed from a variety of sources.
For many who wish to grow in their horsemanship clinics and lessons don't provide the day to day input that is really needed. Now you can be a part of online personal growth and horsemanship challenges called Equests.
the 30/50 Challenge Equest is currently underway
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Live Equestrian show with Scott DePaolo and Teddy Franke
Teddy Franke is a horse trainer, riding instructor, and farrier from North Central Oregon where he, his wife and three kids manage a camp horse program. Teddy is a CHA certified Master Instructor/ACI and holds certifications in IRD, Pack/Trail, EFM and is a CHA Site Visitor. Teddy has helped to lead horse programs in three states, been a regional director in both regions 1 and 11, served on the board for the American Youth Horse Council, and operates a successful equine business. The CHA mission to “change lives through safe horse experiences” has been a part of Teddy’s life, and he hopes to continue those experiences for others.
Scott DePaolo has been certified instructor since 1993. Scott is a pack and trail assistant clinic instructor, level 2 Western, level 2 English, EFM assistant clinic instructor, and a CHA site visitor. Scott has worked in the horse industry since 1982 and has been the Ranch Manager at Butte Creek Scout Ranch for over 25 years. The past five years Scott has worked on a equine assisted psychotherapy team using horses to help heal troubled youth and recovering adults. Certified as an equine specialist with the EGALA. Scott believes in the positive effects of experiential learning, that horses can be used to build character and teach positive personality