Warwick Schiller is somewhat of an enigma in the horse training world of today.
As a trainer of competitive show horses, he is an NRHA (National Reining Horse Association) Reserve World Champion, and represented his home country of Australia at the 2010 Alltech World Equestrian Games. He has trained and shown horses to Champion and Reserve Champion honors at many of the major reining shows in the US, including the NRHA Futurity and Derby shows, the National Reining Breeders Classic, the Hollywood Charity Show, the Arizona Reining Horse Classic and Reining By The Bay.
But he also embraces the more holistic side of training considering the whole horse and not just the competition aspect, when training. He deals with many so called problem horses, and usually finds the "problem" is actually a symptom of a much lesser issue that has been overlooked.
He has conducted successful horsemanship and problem solving clinics both here in the US, in his native Australia, and in its South Pacific neighbor, New Zealand. His ability to solve problems is on par with many of the world's finest horsemen, but his ability to explain the how, why and when of what he does is surpassed by very few.
He trains horses and conducts clinics here at Gilroy Gaits, and also conducts clinics around the country.