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The Fundamentals of Horse Training for Expert Performance
Bridling and Saddling Your Horse - Horse Training Videos, DVDs, & Expert Interviews | EasyHorseTraining.com
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Curious about how to bridle a horse?

Ever wondered how to properly put on a bridle and saddle on your horse? The videos and techniques in the ‘members’ area will show you exactly how to do it!

All types of horsemanship methods require patience, technique and practice. Remember that bridling and saddling your horse can only be perfected through repetition and understanding what makes a good fit for you and your horse.

Bridling and saddling a horse is a very important part of educating your horse. It’s your job to know how to do it correctly.

Ok, so you’ve got your groundwork down pat. You and your horse are a fine tuned machine while you’re on the ground. Your horse would turn on a dime if you asked! Now it’s time to learn how to properly tack up your horse, for comfort, safety and pleasurability.

Completing all training modules prior to this one is critical in the main goal of safely riding your equine. Be sure and master them first! Assuming you’ve done that, let’s get started!”

“There is just as much horse sense as ever, but the horses have most of it.”
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  1. Ashley C

    I have a horse that will not tie up.He had a bad exp. before I got him and he has never tied up without really freaking out seance.He has been my horse for a couple months now and although he has been rode in the past it was only a couple times and long lengths of time passed each time.He has never been taught ground manners aside from the ones I’m working with him on.You will be pleased to know he is doing great and coming a long way.But because he can not tie up putting the saddle on him simply to work with him and his tack is something of a dance.I have him standing to take the saddle now but when it comes to the cinch he just walks in tight circles making me dizzy.I have gotten it on him a few times and I dont think its out of fear that he moves,he does it just because he can.Whats a girl to do?


    • JohnBeede

      Gain that respect! Work with him with his pressure response WITHOUT the saddle until he’s doing it flawlessly. Then you can work on tack.

      ~A


  2. Ashley C

    Oh and having someone hold him is out of the question he is not happy to have very many people around him.Someone other then myself holding him freaks him out so much he is just not in the right mind set to even think about being saddled.The secant someone else takes his rope his head goes up and his eyes wide. He has only ever loved one human and that human is me. Thats another thing I think I need help with.How do I help him to trust people other then myself.He wont even let anyone else walk up to him in the corral.


  3. Ashley C

    I started something new today and its working quite well he stayed tied up for 35 secants and we ended on a good note there.We will start were we left off tomorrow maybe get up to a min. I find if I talk him through it and keep my calm if he starts to panic he responds very quickly and beautifully. I can wait to work with the tack until he is ready to go there.