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...With persistence a little bit of trust comes mutual understanding. #persistence #workhard #nevergiveup #trust #understanding #vaquero #vaquerolife

With persistence a little bit of trust comes mutual understanding.

31 Fun & Useful Things To Do With Your Horse (other than riding)

31 Fun & Useful Things To Do With Your Horse (other than riding) Totally gonna go jogging with Java

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: Review and build on the exercises you teach your horse each day.

The beloved Parelli using hyperflexion. And he claims to teach natural horsemanship.

Chelsie Natural Horsemanship: how to halter a difficult horse.

Chelsie Natural Horsemanship: how to halter a difficult horse.

Groundwork Exercise #1: Changing Sides  Goal: Without having to move your feet, you should be able to get the horse to change sides, crossing over with his outside front foot, off the lightest amount of steady pressure possible.  More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Search/intermediate

Without having to move your feet, you should be able to get the horse to change sides, crossing over with his outside front foot, off the lightest amount of steady pressure possible.

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How to make rope reins - Looks interesting!

How to Make Rope Reins

ProAg® Thoughtful Thursday Quote: Our resident Old Farmer couldn't help but quote one of his all time favorite actors and mixing it with his favorite sport, rodeo. A motto to live by..

ProAg® Thoughtful Thursday Quote: Our resident Old Farmer couldn't help but quote one of his all time favorite actors and mixing it with his favorite sport, rodeo.

Stop the clock sooner with these nine tips.

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Stage One: Learn how to control your horse’s hindquarters, and you’ll end any disrespectful behavior. Top clinician Clinton Anderson shows you how.

Learn to Control Your Horses Hindquarters with Top Horse Trainer Clinton Anderson

Training Tip of the Week: Every horse is capable of being a willing, safe and respectful partner Downunder Horsemanship | January 2013

Training Tip of the Week: Every horse is capable of being a willing, safe and respectful partner Downunder Horsemanship

Training Tip of the Week: Hard-to-catch horse tip: Use the halter as a desensitizing tool.

Training Tip of the Week: Hard-to-catch horse tip: Use the halter as a desensitizing tool

Backwards on command and a lesson in respect from Clinton Anderson

Earn Your Horse's Respect with Clinton Anderson

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip: Don't Create a Cinchy Horse

A mistake that tends to create a cinchy horse often happens the first time a colt is cinched up. If the girth is tightened too quickly, too soon, it frightens the horse and makes him feel really uncomfortable.

Training Tip: Use What You Got, Part 1. It's important to have a good balance of consistency and variety in training your horse.

It's important to have a good balance of consistency and variety in training your horse.

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