Steady Horse is about Teaching People how to connect with their horse so they can communicate with crystal clear clarity. We help people connect in a meaningful way with their horse in easy to understand educational resources so people can have the tools and knowledge to be safe and ENJOY their rides, not feel frustrated, defeated or disappointed.
Noah T.Y. is the founder of Steady Horse LLC and the Fearless Rider Formula™ — a step-by-step approach that helps you to build the confidence to ride your horse easily and safely.
Noah has personally started over 500 horses, coached 3500 horse and human pairs, and has worked in over 50 different horse-related industries. He uses his experience to help you streamline your learning, so you make progress quickly.
Noah resides on his ranch in Texas, where he does 1-on-1 coaching, weekly broadcasts, films training videos, and hosts private, in-person and virtual clinics to help you gain clarity and certainty about what it means for you to be confident with your horse.
His number one priority when working with you, whether you are an Olympic-level student or brand new to the saddle, is to make sure you stay safe.
Hannah Catalino was born with an unshakable passion for horses.
Throughout her career she has focused solely on connecting with horses without the use of tack. Hannah believes that if you can connect with your horse at liberty, then everything else becomes seemingly effortless.
She’s competed and taught liberty horsemanship all around the world including in the United States, Australia, Germany, and New Zealand.
Whether training horses that were considered ‘untrainable’ or becoming the first American to compete in many international competitions, Hannah has spent her life breaking barriers — with horses and with people.
Growing up in South Florida, Amy was the horse-crazy kid who could not get enough of all things horse related. Even though she didn’t own one of her own, it didn’t stop her from jumping at the chance to ride at every opportunity.
At the age of 26, she finally got her first horse and has been making up for lost time ever since!
Over the past 35 years, Amy has trained and ridden with the Union County Mounted Patrol Search and Rescue Team, Worked the stockyards moving and sorting cattle, and ridden countless miles of trails in North and South Carolina, from the mountains to the sand-lands.
She continues to ride as often as possible and particularly enjoys hauling her horse to state parks and national forests, setting up camp, then hitting the trails for three or four days of taking in God’s magnificent creations.
In addition to the average camping adventure, she looks forward to the annual “Hunt for Big Foot Ride” organized trail ride held in the mountains of NC.
While she and her friends have never encountered this imagined yet legendary figure, it always makes for a great weekend of fellowship with other riders. (Be sure and Let her know if you ever happen to find him!)
And because it is her firm belief that we are to use our God-given talents and gifts to serve others, she enjoys being a part of benefit trail rides designed to raise money for a wide range of organizations as well as individuals in need.
Amy does 1-on-1 personal coaching as well as a weekly live video broadcast, “Barn Hour,” where she group coaches students from all over the world to mentor, encourage, and give specific advice on how to become better horsemen to their horses.
“I don’t know where I would be without his help. I was terrified of my horse after a pretty serious horse-related injury. I went from being terrified to tackling some of the most challenging obstacles with my horse. I love the feeling of riding with confidence.”
“Other trainers encourage me to use force to get my horse to fall in line. Noah uses softness and understanding and now my riding is better than it has ever been.”
Noah literally saved my horse Drifter's life. He was so unmanageable and dangerous that I thought I would have to sell him, and no one wanted him. But thanks to Noah I've been able to ride him safely again, and I can't tell you how wonderful that feels.