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The Fundamentals of Horse Training for Expert Performance
Fundamentals Course Review - Horse Training Videos, DVDs, & Expert Interviews | EasyHorseTraining.com

1. Why EHT?
If you’re dedicated to taking your horse training to ‘the next level,’ we’ve got the world’s largest celebrity faculty teaching the most comprehensive, “no-fluff,” “only-what-works” courses available.
2. What Kind of Classes?
We’ve got classes on fundamentals, problem solutions, advanced horse psychology, and natural horsemanship… Watch our awesome video tour for a full overview.
3. How Do I Start?
It’s simple! Just click this button and follow the instructions on the next screen:

You’ve mastered Lessons 1-11.

You’ve listened to all the interviews over and over. What do you do now? Your horse is responsive and obedient, you’re both happy with how the relationship is progressing. You’ve bonded! Yet you still want to explore this bond and see how it can continue to benefit you. Find out what steps to take, to bring you to a whole new level with your horse!

“It is not enough for a man to know how to ride; he must know how to fall.”

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Leave A Reply (2 comments so far)

  1. diane r

    what should we do when riding if
    your horse stumbles
    actually is trying not to fall
    and how to fall with your horse

    • JohnBeede

      Your horse doesn’t want to fall down any more than you do. :) If your horse has quality foot care and is well rested, stumbling shouldn’t be a concern. It happens to horses every so often the same as it happens to humans.

      As far as falling with your horse, you should always be aware enough and have a good enough seat that you don’t fall with your horse. If a horse is going down, your goal should be to get off and away from the horse’s fall.