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post #1 of 6 Old 01-13-2013, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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Horse Training Methods

I am looking into some more horse training methods from different trainers. I want to experience more ideas, and get my horse to exerience new things. I already know the following horse trainers, and have looked into some of their methods:

Clinton Anderson
John Lyons
Pat Parelli

I particularly like Clinton Andersons method and will continue to use it, but like Clinton said, you should not just stick to one method, you should explore, and find the method(s) that is best for you and the horse.

Anyone have any suggestions to trainers to look into?

I am training Breeze myself and so far it has gone great, the suggestions on methods will be greatly appreciated.
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Richard Caldwell and Bruce Sandifer are both pretty handy. Even if your goal is not to achieve bridle horse (spade bit) status. Their methods of cuing based on timing and their progression of asking which movements is useful.

Good luck and have fun!
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...for CA you can try Michael Bevilacqua - He is representative of Nevzorov Haute Ecole...
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