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"When I was 5 years old, all I wanted was a horse. What I got was a tricycle... After I grew up a bit more and I turned 10 I kept bugging my parents "I want a horse! I want a horse!" But instead I got a bicycle..

Then, finally, when I was 12 years old my world turned around. I joined a pentathlon team and I was able to ride on a horse. It didn't go exactly as I imagined it, but I was finally able to ride on horses.

I loved every minute I spent riding, I was able to ride on more different horses and I had great coaches guiding me on the way. I went to the national team in Pentathlon.

But despite my circumstances and my experience I didn't feel as confident in the saddle as I would like. Once my horse just ran away with me when we were hacking out, and I was not able to stop him. He decided to run under a tree branch where he could fit, but I could not.

That ended up in a very cartoonish moment of me being thrown down to the ground. When I was walking back to the stable with a bunch of cracked bones, I decided there can be no more of this.

I wanted  my horses to want to listen to me reliably under all circumstances. The journey to that was long, I stopped riding English, I started riding western, trying to improve my relationship with horses.

Later I figured out that its not about which type of a saddle you are using. It is about how you treat your horse. That is how philosophy of Invisible Horse Control started getting born."


  • Try to get your horse to want to listen to you

    I always try to get my horses to want to listen to me and to believe in me, in every situation. I never ask for exercises that my horse is not capable of, and I never put him in a situation that would be dangerous for him. I focus on being fair and consistent 100% of the time I am near my horse.

  • Make your horse feel good after he did something well

    I always ask my horse to perform only the exercises that he is currently capable of performing or learning. I always try to make sure that he feels good after a correct execution. But, if I am not happy with the execution the exercise, I keep repeating it until I am happy with it.

  • I do not just gain my horses respect, but also his trust

    I really like horses a lot, and I always want the horses that I work with, to like me back. I can achieve that by not gaining just my horses respect, but also his trust. I focus on being 100% consistent and fair every time I am near my horse. This way he can learn what to expect from me and trust me.

  • I dont need to think like a horse, but I need to understand the way horses think

    Horses understand a very simple hierarchy. They respect the ones, that are “above” them, and they ignore the ones who are “bellow” them. In order for you to be able to teach your horse anything, and for your horse to listen to you, you need to have his respect.


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What others say about training from Radek?

Invisible Horse Control caught my attention with its simplicity. I thought I was doing things right, and that I was consistent, but the training showed me where I was making the mistakes. I started thinking more while riding and I learned a lot of seemingly un-important things that no one else told me but are actually causing quite a significant improvements. Thanks.


I bought the Invisible Horse Control a few months back and I also went to a live event with Radek, and I can honestly recommend everything from him. The videos are made very well, and combined with the ebooks its easy to understand and to apply. It helped me and my horse significantly, I can feel a big difference already. Everytime I watch Radek I learn something new.


The Invisible Horse Control means a big epiphany on a way to a better horse riding.  Watch trainings, and leave your ego at home when you climb on your horse. eBooks and videos from Radek are made of absolutely clear steps that show you how to train your horse and how to understand his thinking and behaviours. Starting with the basic interactions from the ground all the way up to the standstill to canter transition. The eBooks are like a cookbook that shows you how to train your horse. I repeatedly get back to them to read them again and again. It all works without unreasonable punishments, and you can ride using as little pressure as possible. Every sentence is thought through and easy to understand. Radek leaves nothing to himself, and he tryies to get everyone to understand. He gives his whole life of experience away. The videos are great companion to eBooks. I have never seen such a complete and effective training programme before. Thank you for Invisible Horse Control and everyone who made it possible. Good Work! I am looking forward to your future projects and videos.