Originally Posted by Pilot
Near the end of your ride continue riding him and if he begins to act up have someone assist you by leading him at the same time you give the cue in the direction you want. My horse used to have the same problem but with violent head shaking near the end of the ride. I had no one to help me so I saddled and bridled her and led her around and when she tried to shake her head I held it still while continuing walking. I did this for a week and now she rarely ever tries to shake her head.
Nope. Having someone lead him will only correct his head. His shoulder and body need to be corrected. That needs to be done from the saddle.
Head shaking is not the same issue.