We move as One Horsemanship's trainer, Kyle trains and teaches horses and their human moms/dads
(Beyond Natural Horsemanship)
in and around the Alachua/
High Springs/Gainesville/Newberry area during the winter months ...generally from
early November through late May.
The Alachua Florida farm of Kyle Van Splinter, the owner/trainer of We move as One Horsemanship is surrounded in every direction by horse farms and is also about 45 minutes northwest of the world famous Ocala World Equestrian Center.
Alachua and the surrounding towns are beautiful areas loaded with horse lovers in all different realms of horsemanship including both English and Western riding disciplines; natural horsemanship and clicker training practices; as well as liberty work.
Alachua is the home to the beautiful Retirement Home for Horses at Mill Creek Farm as well as some fantastic riding at Kyle's personally favorite trail riding spot: San Felasco Hammock Preserve with marked trails covering over 15 miles plus many additional unmarked trails
We move as One has been the horse trainer for horse families and their equine partners in many nearby towns such as Gainesville, FL (where the University of Florida resides) with gorgeous horseback riding trails very close by: Payne's Prairie and Barr Hammock Preserve in Micanopy, FL
Fun fact: there are feral horses and bison in Payne's Prairie.
High Springs, FL within We move as One Horsemanship's service area, not only boasts O'Leno State Park, but also River Rise Preserve State Park where there's two large loops of horseback riding trails totaling 35 miles.
Fun fact: the Sante Fe River travels underground for three miles and surfaces at the park,
Another "horsey" town where Kyle has worked with horses and their human families is Newberry, FL which features The Alachua County Agriculture and Equestrian Center renovated in 2019 and now features a clubhouse, a 250’ x 150’ indoor arena, five separate barns with stalls, outdoor warm-up rings,
as well as large event fields.