New Ride-along VIDEO lesson - learn to tell if your horse is gaiting

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New Ride-along VIDEO lesson - learn to tell if your horse is gaiting

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    07-17-2014, 11:20 PM
New Ride-along VIDEO lesson - learn to tell if your horse is gaiting

Okay, so I have started a new kind of video lessons. This first video, I show you 6 minutes of me training a pacey TWH gelding on the road. The view is from the horse's back, showing you the horse's head so you can begin to see and hear the different gaits.

Here is the link to the VIDEO

My question is, I have been filming more of this kind of thing with other horses and breeds. Would you rather wait for it all to be in a DVD or pay for short videos now? Maybe $10 for a 10 minute video? The footfalls would be even clearer than they are in the above video. If you like the video, please feel free to share it.

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    07-26-2014, 09:56 PM
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To me, you would be much better off to do a longer video, as people will not want to keep paying and paying...or miss something.

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