by Alexandra Kurland
Does your horse dance around at the mounting block? Does he sidle away as soon as you put your foot in the stirrup? This lesson shows you how to use the power of cues to interrupt this pattern. Once you’re on, you’ll learn how to use single-rein riding to get a stuck horse in motion, and how to use a basic cone circle exercise to create the beginnings of lateral work.
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by Emily Larlham DVD- 5 disc set plus 1 CD-Rom with handouts If you are new to training or feel like your training could use some spicing up, this DVD...
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