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How to do groundwork training with your horse. Valuable tips and information on groundwork training and how to teach your horse basic & advanced exercises.

Focus On Feed Costs

As gasoline prices continue to skyrocket, the cost of everything else goes up along with them.

Check out my new groundwork video with an overview of basic and advanced exercises: http://straightnesstraining.com/straightness-training/groundwork/

How to do groundwork training with your horse. Valuable tips and information on groundwork training and how to teach your horse basic & advanced exercises.

Riding using the principles of Natural Horsemanship. She seems to use a lot of the Parelli methods and there are a ton of interesting techniques that she addresses!

learn this basic work on the horse!

How to Do the Seven Games of Parelli: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

Do the Seven Games of Parelli

How to Do the Seven Games of Parelli. Pat & Linda Parelli's natural horsemanship method uses these "Seven Games" as a foundation for the rest of the program. These games are based on the "games" that horses play with each other.

Groundwork Exercise #9: C-Pattern  Goal: To be able to walk in a straight line while sending the horse from one side of you to the other with energy, yielding his hindquarters on either side with only a look.  More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/253/

Groundwork Exercise #9: C-Pattern Goal: To be able to walk in a straight line while sending the horse from one side of you to the other with energy, yielding his hindquarters on either side with only a look. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/253/

"Communicative Horses" - How It Begins Imke Spilker

"Communicative Horses" - How It Begins Imke Spilker

On-Trail Survival Tip

Problem: You're riding with a group that goes faster than you want and takes unnecessary risks. Worst-case scenario: You just purchased a new horse and are

Equine Feeding Basics- Avoiding Common Mistakes Part 2 of 3 [Excess grain, especially sweet feeds]

Boo- Boo Excess grain, especially sweet feeds By Judy Sinner, Dynamite Gold Director Photo courtesy Emily Keene G.

Riding Exercise #17: Neck Reining  Goal: To be able to steer the horse one-handed by laying the indirect rein across his neck at the walk, trot and canter. You should be able to lay the rein and have him first look in the direction he’s going and then turn that way. A horse should always look in the direction he’s turning.  Learn more: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

Riding Exercise Neck Reining Goal: To be able to steer the horse one-handed by laying the indirect rein across his neck at the walk, trot and canter. You should be able to lay the rein and have him first look in the direction he’s going and then tur

Horse Temperament: Does Your Earth Horse Get A Swollen Sheath?

The Earth horse temperament does not enjoy strenuous work but when healthy he is not lazy. Some of the most successful performance horses I have known have been

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