Georgia has been clicker training horses and other animals since 1997. She has worked with exotic animals at a zoo in far north Queensland Australia for a number of years where she was the senior animal trainer. Georgia predominantly specializes in horse training and is an accomplished equine trainer and competitor. She is a qualified Equine Behaviour Consultant with the IAABC (International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants). Georgia is also a qualified Equestrian and Dressage Coach with Equestrian Australia.
Georgia has worked and trained with thousands of horses of all ages, breeds and disciplines. Her experience includes working with young horses, wild horses and horses with problem behaviours through to advanced performance in dressage, western, liberty and trick training. Georgia Bruce has represented Australia in dressage on 12 occasions including 2 World Para dressage championships, (Belgium 2003, UK 2007) and 2 Paralympic Games Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008. Georgia won two bronze medals at the 2008 Paralympic Games Beijing riding an 18hh Warmblood gelding called ‘Victory Salute’. Georgia has worked for and trained with many high level dressage trainers in Australia and Germany including Hubertus Schmidt, Kim Weston, Christine Doan and Stephan Keisewetter.
Georgia has a unique approach to horse training that combines horsemanship and classical dressage with the positive reinforcement based method known as clicker training. Georgia has been teaching horse training and clicker training for over 20 years and teaches people from beginners with their first pony through to Grand Prix riders. Georgia is currently competing regularly in Medium level dressage with her horse Red Phoenix. Georgia also has Rumba the Wonder Horse who performs Grand Prix dressage under saddle & also at Liberty. Rumba also does tricks and has many viral trick/liberty videos with more than 100 million views. His most recent “Git Up Challenge” video has 3.9M views.