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Training Tip of the Week: Stopping a Grass-Snatcher

Training Tip of the Week: Stopping a Grass-Snatcher

Training Tip: Addressing Sticky Feet And Rearing On The Trail

Training Tip: Addressing Sticky Feet And Rearing On The Trail

Training Tip of the Week: Hard-to-catch horse tip: Use the halter as a desensitizing tool.

Training Tip of the Week: Hard-to-catch horse tip: Use the halter as a desensitizing tool.

Training Tip: Get Your Horse Backing Well

Training Tip: Get Your Horse Backing Well

Teach Your Horse to Bend at the Walk - Clinton Anderson

Teach Your Horse to Bend at the Walk - Clinton Anderson

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: When riding a colt for the first time, act like you’ve been drinking.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: When riding a colt for the first time, act like you’ve been drinking.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: Review and build on the exercises you teach your horse each day.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: Review and build on the exercises you teach your horse each day.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: Rearing horse tip: Handle the situation safely in the saddle.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: Rearing horse tip: Handle the situation safely in the saddle.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: Hard-to-catch horse tip: Halter the easiest to catch horse first.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: Hard-to-catch horse tip: Halter the easiest to catch horse first.

Riding Exercise #2: Sidepassing Off the Fence   Goal: To be able to sidepass the horse off the fence using only the calf of your leg. The horse should be soft in the bridle and stay perfectly straight from his nose to his tail.   Learn more https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

Riding Exercise #2: Sidepassing Off the Fence Goal: To be able to sidepass the horse off the fence using only the calf of your leg. The horse should be soft in the bridle and stay perfectly straight from his nose to his tail. Learn more https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

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