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Riding Exercise #16: Stop on Whoa  Goal: To get the horse to stop from all three gaits when you say the word “whoa” without having to use the reins. You want your horse to act like there’s an imaginary cliff in front of him and if he takes one more step after you say the word “whoa,” he’s going to fall off the edge of it.   More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Search/intermediate

Riding Exercise Stop on Whoa Goal: To get the horse to stop from all three gaits when you say the word “whoa” without having to use the reins. You want your horse to act like there’s an imaginary cliff in front of him and if he takes one more step a

Clinton Anderson’s Longeing for Respect: Changing Directions Slideshow

Clinton Anderson’s Longeing for Respect: Changing Directions Slideshow. MY IDIOL

Clinton Anderson: Longeing for Respect, Part 1

Learn to send your horse onto a circle, then ask him to stop, in this first of two parts on longeing for respect.

Groundwork Exercise #1: Lunging for Respect, Stage 3  Goal: To have the horse circle around you with the belly of the rope on the ground, maintaining his gait and direction, until you yield his hindquarters with just a look and draw him up to you. You should be able to keep your feet completely still the whole time.  Learn more https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

Groundwork Exercise Lunging for Respect, Stage 3 Goal: To have the horse…

Great Article   clinton anderson | Clinton Anderson longes for respect in the arena.

You asked for your horse to go left - well you thought you asked anyways. You thought you pressed your right leg to his barrel and applied a direct left rein

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