Jac at 1 hour 35 minutes of training.
So many topics are covered during this video clip that it is hard to pick just one to talk about!
In the beginning I am explaining how I know that Jac understands the lesson. Shortly after that Jac told me that dirt was more interesting than me.
So I decided to make myself a bit more interesting.
I love young horses because so much is going on. During this episode I also discuss taking calculated risks, how much pressure to apply in training, finding the edge of a horses comfort zone, how responses now indicate how he will likely react when ridden, how to make yourself interesting, how a horse can ‘ask’ you to step up the training, rhythm vs random in training.
You might have to watch this one twice just to see it all!
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