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Internationally Known Horse Trainer Specializes in Hard to Train Horses


Racine, WI (February 28, 2007) – The Andis Company is pleased to announce that Charles Wilhelm will be representing the company in demonstrations throughout the United States. Wilhelm is an internationally known horse trainer who has developed techniques that calm even the most difficult horses. He will represent Andis at clinics and shows to demonstrate and discuss the company’s products and will advise Andis on new product development.

“We are happy to welcome Charles to the Andis family,” says Matt K. Andis, Vice President of Professional Markets at Andis. “He is an accomplished horse trainer, writer, speaker and one of the most prominent authorities in the horse training industry, and we’re honored that he has joined us.”

Charles has developed a unique approach to horse training that enables horse owners to train their own horses. He created Ultimate Foundation Training, an equine training methodology for any type of riding discipline that combines the best of traditional, classical and natural horsemanship. He specializes in reschooling horses with severe issues and subscribes to the mantra, “It’s never, ever the horse’s fault.”

A prolific writer, Charles contributes monthly columns to Riding Magazine, Ride!, Northwest Rider, U.S. Horse Market and Thoroughbred Digest. He has appeared on RFDTV and has published two books, Building Your Dream Horse in 2005 and Starting Baby Jaz in 2006. He also offers a series of educational DVDs.

There are many clinics where Charles has offered demonstrations, at both national and regional venues. These clinics include Equine Affaire, Horse World Expo, Ride the West, Equine Experience, The Mane Event, Midwest Horse Fair and Western States HorseExpo. He has participated in radio talk shows with Jim Campbell and Rick Lamb and has been a featured speaker at U.C. Davis Horse Days Symposium for four years. This year he was the winner of the Trainer’s Challenge at the Mane Event.

Charles has established a training facility in Castro Valley, CA, considered one of the top equine educational institutions in Northern California. The facility provides training for thirty to thirty-five horses at a time and includes extensive hands-on learning programs for all levels of horsemanship, from novice through trainer. For more information on his training programs, visit his Web site at http://www.charleswilhelm.com.

Andis Company has been manufacturing handheld equipment to trim, cut, curl and dry hair since 1922. The company’s products are purchased worldwide by stylists and barbers, consumers, hotels, motels, resorts, small animal groomers and large animal groomers and shearers. To find a local distributor, call the company at 800-558-9441 or visit their Web site at http://www.andis.com.


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