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The Fundamentals of Horse Training for Expert Performance
Ground Manners and Round Pen Training - Horse Training Videos, DVDs, & Expert Interviews | EasyHorseTraining.com
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Would you like to train your horse some ground manners?

This course module is going to show you how to have a wonderfully well behaved horse in no-time flat.

Instilling appropriate ground manners is essential in horse training. First, positive attitude is very important. If you are in a bad mood, do not even think going near the round pen! Your horse will be able to pick up on that energy and it will interfere with your training.

With that being said, once you’re in the right state, these lessons are going to teach you ground manners techniques that will make your horse training experience oh-so-enjoyable.

For example, a relaxed horse will be much easier to train, so you should always want the animal to be comfortable when working with it. For example, when the horse’s head is lowered and the eyes are hooded, it indicates that the equine is generally at ease and composed. Otherwise, your horse is anxious and maybe fearful. If the latter is the case, take a step back and investigate why the animal is feeling that way.

In this lesson, you’ll discover horse training secrets such as how to instill respect and dominance, how to get your horse to respect you both on the ground and in the saddle, how to establish yourself as the ‘alpha’ character in the relationship, and more about how to read the ‘body language’ of your horse so that you can communicate with ease.

“Love, Ride, Sing”

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Leave A Reply (4 comments so far)

  1. Enjoyed the video, but did not get much direction on HOW you keep the horse out of your space ie, what do you do when he does crowd you or head butt you? Also what do you do in the round pen…didn’t,t see much action there. Thanks, Judy Bendorf


    • Gerald

      What has worked for me, every time is ear biting the horse, or use your lead line and get into his space aggressively to the point he accepts.


  2. Gerald

    Appreciated the video on the horse respecting your space, What would you do if the horse you’re working with tends to kick for time it.s asked not to and than submits once. When left for a couple of hours from this and getting back to space again repeats it again?


  3. Debra R

    I agree Judy good video, but not any direction for what to do when in your space etc.