Welcome to the Journey!

What if,

showing ’em who’s boss really is the worse way to create a deep and unbreakable bond with your horse?  

In reality, it’s the Relationship that’s keeping everyone safe!

Mary Ann Brewer

is a Relationship Based Horsemanship Coach teaching in-person and online the skills necessary to create a deep and unbreakable bond with your horse! Without sticks, whips, round pens, flags, forcing, dominance or showing them who’s boss.  

People all over the world are already enjoying a true two-way street of communication with their horses, on the ground and in the saddle as graduates of For the Love of Horses™ MaryAnn’s signature 3-month online coaching program.  Learn how MaryAnn can help you below

Short but Powerful Course!

The Spooky/Distracted/Barn Sour/ Buddy Sour Horse Course!

It’s designed to get you in a calm, two-way-street of communication with your horse in 7 days!


I know I’m making light of spooky or distracted horses.  In fact, they really do take the joy out of having a horse.  Dreams go unfulfilled and we begin to feel like a failure.

If you’re looking for a Relationship Based Horsemanship way to connect and communicate with your horse, to help them and you become more connected, centered and balanced, this course is for you.

You have lifetime access to your portal so any updates or additions are yours forever, just for taking advantage today

No Sticks, Flooding, Whips, Chains, Round Pens, Lunging, Disengaging, Bribing, Mechanical Devices,

No “Showing Them Who’s Boss”
Just real connected communication!

And that moment when becoming a better horsewoman also makes you a better all-around person! I would love to thank Mary Ann for her friendship, leadership, and for sharing her knowledge with me to help Princess and I have a better relationship. PS: I never thought I’d be riding my racehorse in a rope


Assistant Anesthesiologist

Mary Ann and I had a great time learning about horsemanship and “humanship” (myself)! I know my horses got a lot out of seeing me become a better leader and partner, by becoming clearer in my requests of what I ask of them, still have a lot more to learn and I am grateful to my friend and teacher for working in honesty with us.
Karen Shields

Retired School Teacher