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Natural Horsemanship

Q: My horse spooks every time he sees a rope when we’re trying to catch cattle. Do you have any pointers? A: Many horses will accept an object as long as it’s at their eye level or below. But...
To help your horse overcome his trailering fears, you have to look at it from his perspective. As prey animals, with a flight or fight response, horses prefer to be in big, open spaces where they can easily see...
7. Squeeze Game Horses, by nature, are claustrophobic. They are instinctively afraid of small or tight spaces because these areas usually spell disaster for prey animals. The Squeeze Game teaches your horse to become calmer, smarter and braver, and to...
6. Sideways Game In the Sideways Game, you will learn how to straighten your horse and have him yield laterally with softness and respect.By developing the simple maneuvers learned in the Sideways Game, you are building the foundation for teaching...
5. Circling Game The Circling Game helps your horse understand that it is his job to maintain gait, maintain direction, watch where he is going, and all the while stay tuned into you as his center of attention.The object of...
4. Yo-Yo Game Have you ever wished that your horse had more suspension, stopped easily with a light cue, could do a sliding stop, moved straighter, or could back up quickly? The Yo-Yo Game is the key to developing all...
3. Driving Game The Driving Game is the third of the Seven Games. It teaches your horse to yield from a “suggestion” with no physical touching involved.This game is learning how to use rhythmic pressure. The horse is naturally inclined...
2. Porcupine Game Horses naturally push into steady pressure, moving against it or barging through it. It’s part of their programming for survival. In order to develop a partnership with your horse, you need to help him overcome his fearful,...
1. Friendly Game The Friendly Game is the first of the Seven Games because nothing beats a good first impression. When you want to meet someone, how would you first approach him? I like to think about introducing myself to...
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