Finn- I havent the slightest clue about all the fox hunting rules :P
As for the exercises- I try to keep my sessions short and sweet, but you can lengthen your sessions by working on multiple different things in one session.
So spend the first 5 minutes working on giving to the halted/bridle laterally. Then the next 5 working on yielding the hind end on the ground on both sides. Then 5 on the front end, then some on backing up. But mix and match all throughout your session. Like in the video with the girl working with the pink horse I showed earlier- you'll see she leads her around, stops and makes her do a few different yields then keeps walking. That sort of thing. I'd do a max of 20-25 minutes, but i'd do a couple sessions a day if I could to speed up the process. Horses don't need annoying repetition, once they get the point thy get it- but they need work to get it. Often times practicing a skill a few times with the correct response, then give them a couple hours o think about it, when you go back they've got it so much better than how you left it :P
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