Born in Barcelona, Spain, Miguel had a passion for horses since he was a kid, growing up listening to his father's stories about horses and mules in the deep south of Andalucía. He always tried to be around horses and ride anywhere he could. As he grew older he focused on music and at the age of 20 he decided to move to London. After spending 2 years working and studying English, he decided to change his life and follow his passion for horses.
He travelled Europe, working with horses and began his quest for answers to help the troubled ones. He found Buck Brannaman, which lead him to Ray Hunt and Tom and Bill Dorrance. From the very first moment he knew it was what he was looking for and decided to focus on learning the ways of their style of horsemanship. Going from one place to another gave him the chance to gain some experience handling different horses, but it was sometimes challenging to communicate to people that he believed in a different kind of horsemanship. He went to a Buck Brannaman's clinic and shared his challenges with Buck, who advised him to follow what he believed.
Now back in Spain, Miguel plays an important role helping rescued, abused equines get back their trust in humans and find a new happy home. “Having access to this kind of education is the boost I need to find my way into the horses' world, reach more horses to keep working and learning. And one day become a horseman.”