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Like A Horse
Long Lining Exercises
the English and Western Horse
In-hand work is often thought of as the basic operating procedure to get a horse from point A to point B. There is much more to it than that.
Whether you are working with an untrained horse or trying to improve the manners of an older horse, start from square one and spend plenty of time on these lessons. They will help you immeasureably in the next stages of training, longeing, long lining, and riding. Throughout in-hand lessons, give special attention to tack selection and fit, consistency of a horse's performance, the horse's position in relation to you, and, at the top of the list, safety.
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