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This video (in 2 parts) discusses how to disengage the horse’s hindquarters and halt. Presenter: Gary Stauffer and Monte Stauffer, UNL Extension Educators. This presentation was given at the 2007 Equestrian Academy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2WfaU-TLt0 English is not my first language. I had to translate everything from the original video (which is in spanish). Tried my best trying to correct spelling and how words were being used.
by Clinton Anderson Remember, you gain your horse’s respect by having them move forward, backwards, left and right. The Objective: Get your horse to be more responsive, willing and respectful on the ground; to stop, pivot on his hindquarters and … Continue reading
Quick tips for riders by Steven Roberts BVSc. Horse hazards 1. HILLS Fact – to maintain the same speed going up a hill that has only a 20 degree incline (which is not very steep) requires SIX times as much … Continue reading
Welcome to Riding Academy. My name is Marijke de Jong In this video you’ll discover more about the natural point of weight of the horse and its consequences. Asymmetry leads to a natural point of weight that is not exactly … Continue reading
If you understand horses, you’ll be able to immediately see the differences in a ‘clicker horse’s gait and carriage. Even horses that have had a hard time in the past grasping basic performance behaviors can excel when clicker trained. There … Continue reading
Any good training program breaks it down to small comprehensible steps. This creates a series of successes for your horse. The end goal may be quite complex but the small steps are easier for your horse to process in the … Continue reading
When we teach the higher movements, we only ask the horses for a little here and there, for only a short time, and only a few times. Then we leave the horse alone and go back to the basic things, … Continue reading