In traditional horsemanship it’s normal to look at horses very subjectively: he’s a good one, or, he’s got vices; he’s a bucker, a puller, a rearer, etc.
True horsemen are admired for their ability to ride by the seat of their pants. Pat Parelli explains how this can be achieved through freestyle riding.
On the whole, people have little control over their horses when they are not on the end of a lead rope - and even then there are no guarantees.
Collection & refinement
The Friendly Game is number one of Seven Games because nothing beats a good first impression. When you want to meet someone, how would you approach them?
Horses naturally push into steady pressure. Moving against it or barging through it is how they escape predators in the wild.
Have you ever wondered how “horse whisperers” are able to magically communicate with horses from across a pen? With suggestions that are
The Yo-Yo Game is the fourth of the Seven Games. Games #1 (Friendly), #2 (Porcupine) and #3 (Driving) are called the “principle games”.
Have you ever wished your horse would maintain gait without constantly squeezing with your legs to keep him going, or pulling on the reins t
Backwards and sideways have everything to do with your horse’s impulsion and emotional fitness - which influences almost everything else your horse does.
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