09-25-2013, 05:10 PM
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You mean spin around on his hind end?
One - they are bred for it. Having a cutting bred horse that is quick and naturally cowy helps a ton.
Two - tons of slow work, rollbacks, backing up, getting that horse to naturally break over his hocks and be on their hind end.
Three - ton of flag and cow work. To teach a horse to work a cow takes a lot of time - to do it properly sometimes years.