Dr. Mike at Dun Movin Ranch

Dun  Movin  Ranch  and  Dr.  Michael  Guerini  believe  in  working  with  each  horse  and rider to promote learning  and  excellence in horsemanship. Specializing  in  rider confidence-building, problem-solving, foundation  horsemanship,  ground  work and colt  starting,  Dr. Mike will  help  you  and your horse  develop  a  lasting  connection.

Dr. Michael Guerini is a horseman, author and scientist from Gilroy, CA. From an early age he gained valuable experience working with his family to train horses. Dr. Mike continues to learn from top equine clinicians  to study dressage and performance horses.

Dr. Mike's philosophy is to work with each horse and rider to develop a solid relationship based on trust and the 6 C's of Horsemanship. Please remember: "It is all about the horse and each one is unique".  Dr. Mike's "6" C's of Horsemanship: Collection, Compassion, Consistency, Control, Confidence, Calmness.


Dr. Mike is an author of multiple books on horsemanship. In addition, he teaches the merits of good horsemanship and improving the relationship of the horse and rider in locations all over the United States. Some of the clinic topics include:

From the Ground Up Horsemanship: each horse and rider will begin with learning the "Ground Steps to Success".

Responsive Riding Horsemanship: learn to ride and communicate with your horse using a light touch.

Western Dressage Horsemanship: each horse and rider will learn the foundation exercises of Western Dressage.

4-H Horsemanship: teaching young horsemen and horsewomen how to work together with each horse and develop a solid relationship based on trust and the 6 C's of Horsemanship.

Visit Dr. Mike's Website to find a clinic near you!

Or, if you are in the in the San Jose Bay area of California, schedule a private or group lesson. 

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Dr. Mike Guerini        408-427-6179  *  michael@dunmovinranch.com

Cal Middleton, Performance Horse Trainer

Cal Middleton has quickly become a well known Performance Horse Trainer throughout the US

Cal Middleton grew up in Smithville, Mo, and always enjoyed spending the summers at his grandparents farm in Ulman, Mo. It was there that he developed a passion, for not only horses, but the agricultural way of life

After college, he spent some time in the cattle business near Eldon, MO, and then moved north to create his business of horse training and riding lessons by opening a barn in Kearney, MO, that he was leasing.

His solid foundation in the unique understanding of the potential of a horse (and rider) is the direct result of time spent apprenticing with many of the greats in the performance horse arena.

Cal Middleton Reining Horse
Cal Middleton Reining Horse

Cal has had the opportunity to work for and learn from the likes of  Al Dunning. Al and his students have earned over 32 world and reserve world titles. Cal has also been mentored by the great Brent Wright in Ottawa, KS who is one of the few NRHA riders to win over one million dollars in competition.

Cal Middleton also worked as an assistant trainer for NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion and NRCHA million dollar rider Corey Cushing of Scottsdale, AZ.  He continues to ride with the top trainers in the world in order to keep learning as much as he can.

Cal Middleton horse and rider training

Cal Middleton horse and rider training

He now rents stalls at Brent Wright’s barn in Ottawa, KS, where he offers training and lessons. Specializing in reining, he also offers help with starting colts, general pleasure riding, problem horses and also buying or selling  horses.

Cal takes time to consider each horse as an individual and builds a custom training program to help each horse reach its potential. He has a unique ability to coach non-pros and teach people as well as horses. Cal is an extremely talented young trainer that has something to offer for anything you want to do and accomplish with your horse. He is currently offering a unique horse and rider video remote coaching program.

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Book him today for your next clinic!


Cross Training with Cody Harrison

Cody Harrison of Denver, CO, excels at teaching his students basic riding skills as well as western, jumping, and dressage disciplines. His knowledge and understanding of equine development, bio-mechanics and movement allows him to work with horses of all ages. Cody offers workshops and clinics throughout the United States, and group/private lessons and full horse training for those who are local.


Cody began riding under instruction at age 5, and has turned his love into a profession by studying as an apprentice to international clinician Ron McLoughlin. Cody studied at the Classical Stock Seat School of Arizona and has since gained experience as an instructor, clinician and trainer across the United States and in Sweden.


Cody focuses on the individuality of each horse and rider, and works to find balance - physically, mentally and emotionally. Once balance is achieved, the focus is on shaping the horse. Cody customizes each work session to create an environment where the horse and rider can be successful. Through experience, he has seen that when a rider works with a horse through balanced energy, they discover their own personal strength and remarkable things happen. 


Cody is a sought after clinician and offers clinics and workshops where condensed, intense instruction help horse and rider build a better relationship, and have a better understanding of each other. Follow the CH Equine Facebook page to see where Cody will be hosting clinics and workshops.  http://www.facebook.com/CHEquine

Interested in hosting an event?  Give Cody a call today! 

For  more  information  about  Cody  Harrison,  CH  Equine  and  the  services offered,  visit  the  website:

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Phone: 719-248-7709

Email: info@ch-equine.com

John Weber, Northwestern IA

John Weber of Peterson, IA, specializes in the training of reining horses but also trains in working cowhorse and team roping horses, as well as general training.

John grew up in the performance horse industry- his father trained and showed cutting horses and his mother showed Western pleasure. From his youth, John has been involved with many disciplines, including showing Western pleasure. roping, and reined cows horses.


Whether you're a top non-pro rider or just a beginner, you'll get the help you need without losing your dignity and/or confidence. John believes it is the quality of the consistency that will set you and your horse apart from others whether he is working with young colts, older or problem horses, or youth, beginner, non-pro or open riders.

Learn more about John Weber and his training at:

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Cell     817.403.2544Home     712.295.7202

E-mail     johnweber814@yahoo.com

Barn Address7080 Hwy 10 BlvdPeterson, IA 51047

Dallas Cunningham Performance Horses

Dallas Cunningham Performance Horses offers a full spectrum of professional services in the Performance Horse Industry.

For the reining, working cow horse, reined cow horse, rope horse and barrel horse enthusiasts we provide training, showing, sales, clinics and non-pro instruction.

Whether you are looking to own a top open horse, buy a prospect, sell your horse, compete yourself, or just further your knowledge, Dallas Cunningham Performance  Horses can help you achieve your goals.


Dallas grew up on a ranch in Wausa, NE, where his family raised horses and cattle.  He first started trainign others' horses at the age of 12. It was just for the neighbors but throughout high school it grew more into a business. Training horses and rodeo consumed every second of his time after that. He set off for college in Rapid City on a rodeo scholarship, and during one of his many rodeo travels he met his wife Chelsie. After he made the College Rodeo Finals, Rapid City cut the rodeo team and Dallas transferred to South Dakota State University (SDSU) to complete his education and join their rodeo team. It was at SDSU that he met one of the McCutcheon brothers. Through this connection Dallas was able to train under Jim McCutcheon out of Valley View, TX.  After working for Jim he graduated from SDSU with a B.S. in Animal Science and a minor in Equine Science. Dallas started training horses full time after graduation and in just a short time, he has trained multiple World Show qualifiers and NRHA money earners.

Dallas' lesson program is effective. Improvement is made every time a customer walks out of the barn. He listens to the client while they explain their view and he helps point out strengths, weakness, and work on what is needed. There are no secrets to his program. He educates the client leaving them confident in their maneuvers, i the show pen and in themselves. No matter the discipline he believes that you have to be educated enough to make decisions, corrections, and advancements on your own. That's what makes you stand out in the show pen.

It is the goal at Dallas Cunningham Performance Horses to develop the mindset of a good cow horse and reining prospect.


Limiting the number of horses taken into his training program allows Dallas to be 110% committed to his clients and their horses. He understands the importance of building trust and relationships with clients, and the same goes for the horses. His program is built around the customer and geared towards the horse. This helps each horse reach its maximum potential and the client's goals. So if you're ready to join a program that gets results, contact him today.

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 Dallas specializes in

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  • -AQHA-
  • -Derby Horses-
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  • -APHA-

Luke Jones Performance Horse Training

Luke Jones  and Jones Performance Horses is located in the rolling hills of southern Iowa in Allerton.

Owner Luke Jones trains and shows working cow horse, reining, heading, heeling and calf roping horses.

He competes nationally in American Quarter Horse Association, American Paint Horse Association, National Reined Cow Horse Association & National Reining Horse Association. Luke and his wife Erin have a thriving business of winning and hope that you'll take some time to learn about them.

Luke Jones grew up in the small farm town of Allerton, IA. He’s always been a country boy, but he got really interested in horses around the age of 12. He had always helped his dad, Jim, with the farm’s cow/calf operation so it just seemed natural that Luke would continue in that kind of  work.

Luke Jones Performance Horse Training
Luke Jones Performance Horse Training

Throughout high school Luke was a member of the Iowa State High School Rodeo Assn. He competed in cutting, calf roping and team roping. This enabled him to go to nationals all four years. From all of his success, people would gather that he had the best horses and a great trainer. The secret? Luke trained and broke all of his own horses. Then in his junior year, he began training horses for other people.

Luke went onto to North Eastern Oklahoma Community College in Miami, OK, for a year on a rodeo scholarship. He then transferred to Missouri Valley College in Marshall, MO, to continue his education and rodeo. It was there he met Erin. After graduating in 2001, he moved back to Allerton and started training full time.


Luke and Erin built the barn, Trails End Arena, in the winter of 2001. Luke has trained numerous AQHA World Qualifiers in working cowhorse, reining, heading, heeling and calf roping. In 2007 he won the APHA World Championship in Jr. calf roping. He won the NCRCHA Open Futurity in 2008. Luke qualified for the Open finals at the Snaffle Bit Futurity in 2010.  He was the SRCHA Intermediate Open Futurity Champion, SDRCHA Open Futurity champion and NCRCHA Open Futurity and Derby in 2011.  He won the Intermediate AQHA World Championship in Jr Cow Horse, 6th and 11 in Jr Working Cow Horse, 9th in Sr Heading, and a finalist in Jr. Calf Roping.

Erin grew up on a farm in southwest Missouri, in Mt. Vernon. She’s always gotten great joy out of riding and was blessed enough to have horses in her life. She was involved in AYRA and MJRC throughout middle school and then competed in the Missouri State High School Rodeo Assn. where she was a barrel racer. She was the Missouri state barrel racing champion her sophomore and junior year, and then placed third her senior year, after her horse was hurt. She competed at nationals all of those years and went onto Missouri Valley on a rodeo scholarship.

  • Trained over 50 AQHA World Show Qualifiers in working cowhorse, reining, heading, heeling, and calf roping *Multiple Top 10 and finalists at AQHA World Show
  • 2004 3rd place AQHA high point Jr. Working Cowhorse
  • 2004 APHA Greatest American Horseman
  • 2004 NCRCHA Reserve Champion Open Futurity
  • 2006 SDRCHA Limited Open Champion
  • 2007 APHA World Champion Jr. Calf Roping
  • 2007 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Limited Open Finalist
  • 2008 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Intermediate and Limited Open Finalist
  • 2008 NCRCHA Open Futurity Champion
  • 2010 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open and Intermediate Open Finalist
  • 2010 AQHA High Point Junior All Around Champion
  • 2011 SRCHA Intermediate Open Futurity Champion
  • 2011 SDRCHA Open Futurity Champion
  • 2011 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Intermediate Finalist
  • 2011 NCRCHA Open Futurity and Open Derby Champion
  • 2011 AQHA World Show Intermediate Reserve World Champion Jr Working Cow Horse 6th & 11th Jr Working Cow Horse, 9th Sr Heading, Finalist Jr Calf Roping[/box]

Luke and Erin Jones, Allerton, IA 

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Barn: 641-873-6705 Home: 641-873-6738 Luke Cell: 641-870-0090

email: lukejones7@yahoo.com