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Horse Training Tips - Partial Disengagement For Relaxation While Riding

Partial Disengagement – The key to relaxation on the move By: Linda Parelli This article was originally published in the November 2009 issue of Savvy Times magazine. Recent back-issues of Sav…

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I cannot stress enough how beneficial Vet Exams are for purchasing a horse. Whether it be a yard ornament or your next cross country team mate.

Riding Exercise #9: Yield to a Stop  Goal: To be able to ride the horse forward at the walk, trot or canter on a loose rein, slide your hand down one rein and flex the horse’s head, press with your leg back by the horse’s flank, and have the horse drop down to a walk and disengage his hindquarters 360 degrees while staying soft in your hand.  More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

Riding Exercise Yield to a Stop Goal: To be able to ride the horse forward at the walk, trot or canter on a loose rein, slide your hand down one rein and flex the horse’s head, press with your leg back by the horse’s flank, and have the horse drop do

Clinton Anderson’s 3 Great Horse Training Tips

Top clinician Clinton Anderson shares three great horse training tips from his Downunder Horsemanship Method.

How to Train a Horse to Stop & Back Up - Basics of sliding stop for rein...

That's me Susan posting this check this out and others he's done on utube because he makes sense is down to earth and what he's teaching will work. Like that it's so easy to understand him. Putting this on every board.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip: Teach Vertical Flexion At The Standstill First

The key to getting true collection isn't in the horse's head and neck, but rather from his withers on back. It's about creating impulsion and then driving that energy from the horse's back end to his front end. One of the things I'm working on with Schie

Nervous Horses-I just read through the link quickly and it has some GOOD advice for riders.  All horses spook.

Nervous Horses-I just read through the link quickly and it has some GOOD advice for riders. All horses spook.

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