Quiet or Loud trainer
Do you find that trainers who have a very quiet way of being ( little to no talking, quieter speech, slower/less severe reactions, not as much show of affection (i.e don't pet, hug, kiss, etc. the horse for long or as often), and rely on their hands/body language/ect for discipline) have better or worse success than a louder, talkative trainer (who talks to the horse often, speaks loudly, uses vocal tones and volume for praise or discipline, shows the horse more affection, and reacts quicker/more severely)?
Have you found that one type or another gets quicker results from the horse? Or does one type work well with certain horses and not others?
I know alot depends on the horse, but I'm asking just in general
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