Moving Off Your Leg
Teaching your horse to move off your leg is an essential part of riding and should be one of the first things you work on in the saddle. Whether you show your horse or like to trail ride, it's something that you'll use to prepare for lope departures, lead changes, and successful spins.
Westfall Horsemanship | Official Site of Stacy Westfall
Stacy Westfall is famous for her championship bareback bridleless freestyle reining, winning the Road to the Horse colt starting competition and teaching.
STOP ON WHOA by Clinton Anderson - Performance Horse Digest
Photos courtesy of Darrell Dodds A good stop is important for your safety and overall control. Using the Stop on Whoa exercise, you can teach your horse to stop off a voice command and your seat without having to pull on his mouth with the reins. Most horses will stop when you pull on the […]
How to Perform Perfect Pivots with Robin Frid - GoHorseShow
Ah, pivots. A maneuver that really needs no introduction as we’ve all seen the good, the bad, and the ugly and we all know it’s a maneuver that needs perfecting if we want to win in the Showmanship and/or the Horsemanship. GoHorseShow sat down with AQHA Professional Horseman and judge Robin Frid, whose clients have […]
Lope Slow on a Loose Rein with Complete Control
To get this video about loping slow with control, go to: http://www.HorseTrainingVideos.comHow To Teach Your Horse To Lope Slow On A Loose Rein With Complete...
Horse Drops His Shoulder On Turns, Circles? Do This
This exercise will have your horse bending nicely, using his hindquarters, and keeping that shoulder up whenever you steer him.
6 Keys to Developing Cow Sense - Western Horseman
Cutting-horse trainer Kory Pounds shares six strategies that ensure your young horse develops cow sense and confidence from the start.
Dealing with the Lazy Horse - Horse Illustrated
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 cues: squeeze, cluck and spank. To begin, find a safe, controlled area to practice in, …