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Chapter from Horsemanship Series 1

Pressure and Phases
  • Build a partnership with your horse based on promises and not threats
  • Your horse knows what happens before what happens happens.
  • Teach your horse to move off of lighter amounts of pressure
  • Accentuate your body language to communicate with your horse
  • Use phases and rhythm to help your horse learn
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