Bring Out The Best in Your Horse
Teach your own horse to be confident and respectful. Define your
expectations, develop consistent handling habits, and clarify your system of
rewards and corrections.
Practice being a charismatic leader on the ground and in the saddle, so your
horse will calmly and bravely explore new areas and deal with surprises.
Learn to ride more quietly and balanced, relax your horse, improve his
gaits, and acknowledge when he is performing well.
Improve your body language, leg and rein cues, and voice commands to
send subtle requests to your horse and to respectfully receive the messages
that he sends you.
Smile! Cross-training exercises are a great way for riders to leave their
stresses behind and just enjoy playing with their horse. Let's have fun!
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