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        08-04-2008, 06:22 PM

    Hey I am excited this is my specialty! I have had to teach I don't know how many horses to slow down a gait. So this is going to be good.

    So the first thing you want to do is invision a four leaf clover. Follow the leaves well this is hard to explain with out a picuter so never mind that and we will try a new method how bout......

    Everytime your horse speeds up do a small circle it will take a few tries untill there is perminent progess but trust me it works so everytime this horse speeds up do a small circle untill he/she slows down! And if she doesnt slow down make her engage at the canter by sliding your leg back and asking her to move her hinds end over a little. It makes the work harder and then you horse will slow down. Let me know if that doesnt work and then I will give you a few more ideas.[/b]
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        08-04-2008, 07:51 PM
    Green Broke
    Hey thanks for the reply! Im interested in the 4 leaf clover!

    Ill try some of these methods for a while see which one works!

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