Kevin owns and operates a full-service equine training facility and lives with his love, Bethany, in Albion, Maine. He travels throughout the United States doing clinics at equine events, trade shows and private farms.
A horseman from the start, Kevin first became engaged with horses when he was a small child. He grew up in Hodgdon, Maine on a 5th generation, family-owned dairy farm. Kevin’s father Leroy Crane states, “I knew he was gifted with animals right away. He wanted a horse so badly, that until he got his first horse at age eight, he rode the dairy cows and taught them to do jumps.”
Kevin has always had a natural touch with horses and started training when he was 15 years old. While receiving his degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Maine at Orono, he was introduced to Ray Hunt and in 1988 modified his techniques to that of a natural horseman. He was mentored by Ray Hunt, Buck Brannaman and the late Tom Dorrance - some of the most renowned natural horsemen. Kevin still loves the method of natural horsemanship and uses the techniques to help horses and humans build their partnerships so they can truly communicate with each other.