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How Much Cue Do You Need?

How Much Cue Do You Need?

Clear Cues for the Canter Depart- how to 'un-train' accidental negative reinforcement

Clear Cues for the Canter Depart- how to 'un-train' accidental negative reinforcement

Pre-Cues for Training Performance with Josh Lyons

Pre-Cues for Training Performance with Josh Lyons

Sitting deep in the saddle is a good pre-cue for any kind of stop or transition to a slower gait, as Josh demonstrates in this reining stop aboard Flash. Once the horse responds to that pre-cue, he doesn't need a verbal command or a rein cue.

Sitting deep in the saddle is a good pre-cue for any kind of stop or transition to a slower gait, as Josh demonstrates in this reining stop aboard Flash. Once the horse responds to that pre-cue, he doesn't need a verbal command or a rein cue.

You're ready to clip your horse's ears. Speaking in soothing tones, you gently tug on the lead rope to coax his head down. Instead, he raises his head out of your reach--and with it your frustration

You're ready to clip your horse's ears. Speaking in soothing tones, you gently tug on the lead rope to coax his head down. Instead, he raises his head out of your reach--and with it your frustration

Master the “Slow Down” Cue

Master the “Slow Down” Cue

Teaching your horse to load in the trailer doesn't start at the back of a trailer. Charles demonstrates how to first establish a forward cue and gain control of the horse's feet.

Teaching your horse to load in the trailer doesn't start at the back of a trailer. Charles demonstrates how to first establish a forward cue and gain control of the horse's feet.

Horse Breaking - The education your horse receives at this young age will form the solid foundation on which to build their training on for the rest of their lives, so it is very important that their initial experience in to the world of riding is as positive and correct as possible.

Horse Breaking - The education your horse receives at this young age will form the solid foundation on which to build their training on for the rest of their lives, so it is very important that their initial experience in to the world of riding is as positive and correct as possible.

John uses a whip as a visual aid to show the height of Seattle's head relative to his withers.

John uses a whip as a visual aid to show the height of Seattle's head relative to his withers.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip: Horses Don't Have Hard Mouths

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip: Horses Don't Have Hard Mouths

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