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Clinton Anderson: Teach Your Horse to Flex His Neck from the Ground and “Give” | MyHorse Daily – MyHorse Daily

Clinton Anderson: Teach Your Horse to Flex His Neck from the Ground and “Give” MyHorse Daily – MyHorse Daily

There are so many tricks you can teach your horse.  There are all the usual ones like kiss, hug, bow etc, but also have a think about teaching your horse some USEFUL tricks.  These can make life a lot easier (and safer) around your horse.

There are all the usual ones like kiss, hug, bow etc, but also have a think about teaching your horse some USEFUL tricks. These can make life a lot easier (and safer) around your horse.

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The Modern Horseman's Countdown to Broke: Real Do-It-Yourself Horse Training in 33 Comprehensive Steps/Sean Patrick

Warm up and cool down techniques for horses to help minimize injury | Equine Wellness Magazine

Warm up and cool down techniques for horses to help minimize injury - Equine Wellness Magazine

John Lyons' Bringing Up Baby: 20 Progressive Ground-Work Lessons in Developing Your Young Horse into a Reliable, Accepting Partner

John Lyons' Bringing Up Baby: 20 Progressive Ground-Work Lessons in Developing Your Young Horse into a Reliable, Accepting Partner

In this award-winning training guide, renowned horseman and clinician, John Lyons, give you his proven program for developing your horse into an accepting, reli

Flex Your Horse from the Saddle by Clinton Anderson | EquiSearch: Horse&Rider

Bend your horse's neck from the saddle to get full benefit of the neck-flexion exercise. By Clinton Anderson with Jennifer Forsberg Meyer for Horse & Rider magazine.

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

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

Exercise #8: Flexing the Head and Neck  Goal: You should be able to get the horse to flex to both sides by picking up on the lead rope with only two fingers. The horse’s nose should be able to touch his belly in the same place the girth would normally be.  More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

Exercise Flexing the Head and Neck Goal: You should be able to get the horse to flex to both sides by picking up on the lead rope with only two fingers. The horse’s nose should be able to touch his belly in the same place the girth would normally be.

Teach Your Horse to Soften to the Bit from Horse&Rider | Horse&Rider

Teach Your Horse to Soften to the Bit- great article advice on softening, Ill have to give this a try.

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