Charles begins work with Josephine, a nervous, flighty and dangerous Azteca, brought to his facility because his owner was unable to handle her.
Charles starts to teach Josephina, the skittish Azteca mare respect and to pay attention for ground lunging and working under a "carwash."
Charles continues his work with the nervous young Azteca mare, preparing her for exams and treatments.
Charles does post work with a horse that pulls back under pressure and chats with Jim Campbell, Dick Pieper and Ron Ralls about training.
Charles Wilhelm and his longtime friend, Eitan Beth-Halachmy talk about "Cowboy Dressage," and how it differs from traditional Dressage.
Charles meets with SonRise Equestrian Foundation's Executive Director, Alana Koski, to learn how to best care for horses, volunteers and the people who ride as therapy.
Charles discusses the needs of older horses, including dental care, proper nutrition and movement, as he demonstrates exercises to maintain muscle tone.
Charles reviews what causes rearing and works with Harley, a young rescued gelding to calm the horse so he moves more fluidly.
Charles works with Daisey, lunging her to relax and to keep emotions low, playing with her muzzle and ears, and getting her used to the clippers.
Charles works with Marley to learn forward cues, then tests him on an extreme trail ride, downhill, over rocks and negotiating creeks.
Charles coaches his horse on Ranch Sorting, requiring athleticism, quick responses and a willing ride.
Charles Wilhelm, respected trainer from Castro Valley, CA works with Chinook, teaching the horse to respect hand cues to keep her shoulders soft.
Charles meets with a Futurity Champion, a Hall of Famer and a "World's Greatest Horseman" to discuss horse care, development and training tips.