Most of us know that horses tend to be calmer when their heads are down. This lesson does more than just calm a horse down. It helps to put an end to barging, rearing, bullying behaviour. It develops emotional control and stabilises the good behaviour we want. It is a key foundation lesson for all advanced training. Lesson 4: Stimulus Control will show you how to teach cues, and how to use them to create a mannerly, focused, happy horse. This is where you learn to teach your horse the basics of balance in movement. Teach your horse to stand in wonderful balance.
This is the first step to having your horse bring balance to all his other work. The step by step lessons presented in this dvd make it easy to teach your horse lateral work. Follow her lesson as we use the power of cues to remove her fear of saddles. Learning to see the Slightest Try. Learn how to see small details in movement and how to put those tiiny shifts in balance to work for you.
Learn what that means in this two hour lesson presented by Alexandra Kurland. Shaping is the backbone of clicker training. When we click the clicker to highlight a desired behavior in our horses we are shaping behavior.
We are selectively reinforcing that behavior making it more likely that the horse will repeat it in the future. The Mounting Block Lesson.
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The DVD is divided into two parts. The first half focuses on the mounting block lesson. Once the rider is up, a very basic single-rein riding exercise is taught. Lesson Helen House Horse. While there are no four-legged horses in this DVD.
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By taking the horses out of the equation for the this lesson, the rider is freed up to concentrate on her own riding mechanics. Your inside leg asks your horse to go forward, and your outside leg is used behind the girth in a sweeping, not pushing, motion. If he runs on in the trot and then falls into canter or takes the wrong lead, correct the miscommunication by stopping him firmly and then trying again. Pay attention to the straightness of the horse, and be critical of his reaction, or lack thereof, to the moment when you give the aid.
This last bit assures that you are sitting in the center of your horse and keeping your outside seat bone where it belongs. Once you have consistent success with this method, ask for the canter transition at other parts of the arena.
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