❦ Horses are natural followers, but they want a knowledgeable leader they can respect and trust. Respect is a two-way street. Your horse should respect you, and you should respect him. - Downunder Horsemanship
Clinton Anderson tie ring $29.69 - seriously one of the best things ever invented
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Exactly!! Funny how cliquey people are and what they invest in.. How bout the family and the farm not the fancy rig..
Training horse not to walk off when mounting - Clinton Anderson The only time I have been put on the ground was because of this problem. My horse ran off when I only had one foot in the stirrup.
Lots of my research for my hero came from this man and his work
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