It's very fun haha
I do it for quite some time now, but only once a week or less, and in the winter/autumn when the grass is soo muddy I can't do anything. But it's extremely good weather for this time of the year in the Netherlands. It haven't even snowed yet! :O (On one side good, no slippery roads, no cold etc, on the other had, I'd love to have some snow clips for a vid haha)
It's fun because my horse (I say my horse, but she's actually not mine) learns vereeery slow. She loves to do tricktraining, but she's just slow with everything :P So it takes a loooong time to teach her something. (what makes me a little proud when she finally learned something hihi). She's can be very fast distracted too. If there's something weird, or we do tricktraining somewhere else then her own home, she's like 'hey look at that! what's that! oh and what's this! aah help a monster!' hahaa:')
Since a short time I train another horse from a friend, because she wanted him to rear for a rearing picture on de beach at sunset. And he's just the complete opposite of my horse, that's so funny haha. He doesn't pay attention on anything around him but me. So focussed on me (and the treats haha, that's why you need to put him back on his place sometimes). And he learns so fast! Or maybe just normal, but in comparison with my horse it's soooo much faster. Something like bow on one knee took like half a year for my horse, because she was afraid to go down. And with this horse, first training session, BAM, on one knee.
So funny to see the difference between those horses :')