HORSE TRAINING TIPS FOR WINNING
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ONE STEP AT A TIME
By Don Blazer
Don’t confuse and frustrate your horse by asking for a maneuver he is not yet ready to perform.
With horses, it’s one baby step at a time. If you want to do a “haunches in”, you must first teach the horse to move its hindquarters one way or the other in response to a very subtle cue.
Once the horse can move its hip over on request, you can begin to cue the horse to hold its forehand straight with nose tipped slightly into the direction of travel while moving the hindquarters.
For a horse, it’s way too confusing trying to understand the “move hip over cue” while at the same time trying to learn to frame up and position the forehand.
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