Dave Wyatt

Horse Training For Beginners

Horse Training 101 Welcome to the wonderful world of horse training. It's a challenging, serious task that is not to be taken lightly. Author Dave Wyatt kicks off with a detailed breakdown on the cost of caring for a horse and the potential hazards involved in training and interacting with your newly purchased horse. Once you begin training, it's important to avoid making common newbie mistakes that are dangerous or that can interfere with progress so Wyatt includes an entire chapter focusing on that issue. Throughout this guide, vital training issues are discussed, such as: o establishing a respectful and trusting bond with your horse o using voice commands o lead rope training o handling behavioral issues o teaching longer slides Take a giant step towards responsible horse ownership and training by tapping into the expert training advice provided in this enlightening beginners' guide.
53 printed pages
Original publication



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    dasadohas quoted3 years ago
    If he does kick towards the rope, he will just have to take a while and get used to it. Just wait a few minutes and allow the rope to touch his hind legs. Expect him to jump around and try to move away from the rope. He might even try to move around in a circle. While you are holding onto the horse halter, make your left arm stiff. Force him to walk around you while you are holding onto the rope and halter.

    Eventually he will come to the conclusion that the rope is not causing any pain. At this point, he won’t have any problems with your going on to the next step.

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