11-10-2012, 06:10 PM
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My previous two horses always did very well in a Little S. It really forces you to have soft hands, too. I love that hack but I agree with Tianimalz that what works for one horse might not be the best option for another. Mine neck reined really well and weren't the most forward horses so I never worried too much about clearer signals - they were the point and shoot type.