Originally Posted by MacabreMikolaj View Post
Huge thanks for that video RiosDad - .
Your welcome MacabreMikolaj ?? Boy that is a big name to type
I stole it from the reining section of this forum.
I wanted more people to see it.
People wrongly think that to get a gentle responsive horse you need to be gentle all the time. Don't pull on thier mouths, don't bump them too hard on the sides. Always always be gentle.
I hate rubber coated bits, plastic bits, bitless. You guys are just asking for a hard horse. I know you say my guy goes anywhere in just a halter and lead rope but that proves nothing. You are just out for a strole in the park.
The video is a good example of how to make a horse light and responsive. Most don't get it and never will.
Cream rises to the top so to speak and there are few few honest trainers on this forum.
I know you already said this MacabreMikolaj/I cut a pasted this time
You already said this and I know you get it but I hope a few start to see the light and learn.
Here I am being gruff again but it gets so frustrating.
Much easier to deal with a horse. YOu can point to the light at the end of the tunnel and tell them to go into the light LOL