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Natural Horsemanship

There are many important skills for when the vet visits for your horse to learn, including standing still. Read for tips on preparing your horse for such a visit.When an emergency is happening, it’s too late to train your...

Equine Motivation

When you train a horse, it’s all about making him feel comfortable when he does the right thing and less so when he does the wrong thing. That training philosophy is based on the horse’s motivation. Horses aren’t motivated by...
Q: Knowing my horses and which is more dominant, should I feed in a specific order at feeding time and turn them out in a certain order? A: The pecking order of your herd matters, and it’s helpful to...
Q: How can I get my horse to longe or go around the round pen in a complete circle? He keeps cutting in to the middle and making his circles too small. A: Cutting in is a common occurrence...
In this exercise, you are going to send your horse through tight, narrow spaces without moving your feet. Horses are claustrophobic by nature and when made to go through tight, narrow spaces, they naturally want to use the reactive...
A horse that jigs and goes too fast is frustrating to deal with and no fun to ride. If you feel like you’re in a constant battle with your horse to slow down his feet, a great exercise to...
Use this exercise to teach your horse to confidently cross and jump over a variety of natural and man-made obstacles. Giving your horse a purpose will make training sessions more fun and exciting for both of you and will...
 Riding a horse that refuses to go forward is like having a Ferrari with no gas pedal; sure, it's nice to look at, but it's absolutely useless. I teach horses to move forward off my legs using three separate...
Regardless of age or background, I begin all horses’ training in the round pen. As far as I’m concerned, the round pen is the safest area for you and your horse to initially build a relationship because you’re not...
This exercise teaches your horse to lead forward and turn left and right in response to gentle pressure to his muzzle. A lot of horses are defensive about being touched around their muzzles and faces in general. Getting the...
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