Ranch Dispersal - please visit the "sale barn" page for pictures and info.
“Practice, Patience, & Persistence”
Triple P Horsemanship is all natural horsemanship for horse and rider. Based on using all the naturals a horse has to achieve a willing equine partner; The Triple P Horsemanship program is a great fit for all horses and horsemen. Our motto “Practice, Patience, & Persistence” is more than a fancy slogan it’s the basis for achievement in horsemanship as well as life.
Using proven natural horsemanship techniques our equine programs achieve a willing equine partner conditioned to specific cues; both from the ground and the saddle. “Conditioned response” is an essential achievement for all horses and is achievable through consistent application of natural horsemanship techniques; cues the horse understands naturally. Natural horsemanship is the only way to mutual respect and understanding between horse and human.
Inspiration, understanding, and real life lessons are just a few of the things we cover our in our horsemanship programs. Combining natural horsemanship with real life scenarios helps the students not only with their horsemanship skills but with life as well. Our horsemanship programs are a great fit for anyone wanting to improve their relationship with their horse as well as gain personal skills and inspiration that will assist them throughout all aspects of life.
Equine Massage Therapy
Driftin Acres Ranch & Triple P expanded in 2013 to include D.P.E Equine Massage Therapy services. Using proven “hands on” techniques to enhance the horses overall well being, disposition, and performance. Massage therapy has now been incorporated in our horsemanship and training programs.
The facility and programs are owned and operated solely by Kristin Dicus and Ryan Koehler. Triple P Horsemanship’s lead instructor and trainer Kristin Dicus has over 20 years experience riding, training, and competing in a variety of equestrian arenas. Triple P Horsemanship’s assistant trainer and understudy Ryan Koehler is relatively new to the equestrian world with only eight years experience he is a perfect example of what “Practice, Patience, and Persistence” can achieve in a short time. Beyond Triple P Horsemanship
Married for eight years Ryan and Kristin share a life of love and understanding with their two girls and their horses. Ashlyn and Gabrielle participate in equestrian activities, competition, and Triple P Horsemanship programs. As parents and teachers Ryan and Kristin are very proud of their children’s’achievements both in and out of the arena and look forward to many years of watching their children grow and achieve their dreams and goals. Stumbling upon Triple P Horsemanship’s motto “Practice, Patience, Persistence” Ryan laid the foundation for a program that not only helps in the arena; its helps in all aspects of life.
Dirftin Acres Ranch & Arena
Driftin Acres Ranch was established in 2006 and named in honor of “BD Frost Drifter” a 2003 buckskin stallion (2003-2006) that will never be forgotten and always remembered for his kindness and compassion; an example of what a horse is and how people should be. Driftin Acres Ranch was expanded in 2011 with the establishment of Triple P Horsemanship.