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post #1 of 2 Old 12-25-2013, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys! Ok so I'm going to try to make this as simple as I can.

I am really wanting to ride tackless on my lease horse. I usually ride bareback with just a halter and lead rope. My lease horse is 22 years old and bomb-proof. She is fully trained. I have been riding for 5 years. I ALWAYS ride with a helmet. I am going to start by riding in the round pen and riding with a halter and lead rope like always. I'm going to start working on leg cues and voice cues. Is this a good way to start? Are there any other good ways of learning this? After we learn leg cues and voice cues, where should I go from there?

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Thank you so much!

💃Lacey Jamieson 10/13/13💃
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post #2 of 2 Old 12-25-2013, 06:11 PM
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Sounds like a great place to start. Once he's got the leg and voice cues down so you don't even have to lift your hand, your ready to try out without. You can teach him all sorts of things. Side passing, turning on the fore/hind, spins, bowing down so you can get on and off... your only limit is your imagination
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