Join Date: Jan 2013
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I've been on the internet and you tube looking for really good ground work training methods on just about anything, but I would really like to try out some ground work methods that you might use. My horse's name is Cherokee. He is a Paint/Appaloosa mix and is a really sweet gelding. VERY easy to work with and not scared of anything. Thank you.
Thunderspark- Thank you I will most definitely look it up! And thank you for welcoming me!
Peppy Barrel Racing- My horse Cherokee is around six years old. I would love to hear your tips!
LisaG- Well my horse is used to a saddle, just not fully rideable yet. I'm trying to focus more on learning how to turn on commands, lunging, backing up, and yielding to pressure, but I want to teach my horse what he should do before I fully saddle break him and try to ride him. About 2 or 3 years ago, he was rideable with someone leading him in front. But we had a lot going on, and in the years after, he just got sour. So I'm kind of reteaching some of the stuff, I just want to make sure he gets it. I'm in the middle of desensitizing him. So far I can rub him down with lots of stuff, and I can easily pull a grocery bag up his muzzle without him even flinching. He is a very easy horse to work with. I think I'll start teaching him to yield to pressure this week. And I will keep your tip in mind thank you!
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