My way will work. It's not just a theory. It's not just something that worked on "my" horse.
It works on all horses because it's like a horse pinning it's ears, then biting to put something on the move. It asks, then tells them to go. It's as simple and easy to understand as it gets. But like I said, if you're not a good rider and might get thrown, don't do it.
If it works at a walk, do it at a trot. If it works at a trot, do it at a lope, then run.
Last edited by AmazinCaucasian; 02-15-2012 at 09:14 AM.