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post #81 of 96 Old 05-01-2013, 05:34 PM Thread Starter
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Aww I love counting, such a cool trick haha!

Eefje reared again! She had SO much energy, I'm not used to it. Normally she's really really lazy lol. With the spanish walk she was so energetic that she made a hop sometimes. So I took advantage of it and tried the command that I used before. And voíla, a rear (a little reary haha)
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post #82 of 96 Old 05-04-2013, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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Yay! She knows the command really good now! Now we can start practicing balance while rearing and when that's done higher/longer rear



For who wants to know, my command is:
Voice: 'up up!'
Whip: first hit the ground (I am low too) then high like in the picture

Sometimes I put my whip in the air too on purpose, because she may not rear then. It's not the command, I FIRST have to hit the ground with the whip. So sometimes she's a little confused but she will learn that if I put my whip in the air that she can't rear She already gets it a little, but sometimes she is like, whuuuuuuut.
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post #83 of 96 Old 05-04-2013, 05:10 PM Thread Starter
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post #84 of 96 Old 05-06-2013, 09:45 AM
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Yay! She knows the command really good now! Now we can start practicing balance while rearing and when that's done higher/longer rear



For who wants to know, my command is:
Voice: 'up up!'
Whip: first hit the ground (I am low too) then high like in the picture

Sometimes I put my whip in the air too on purpose, because she may not rear then. It's not the command, I FIRST have to hit the ground with the whip. So sometimes she's a little confused but she will learn that if I put my whip in the air that she can't rear She already gets it a little, but sometimes she is like, whuuuuuuut.
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post #85 of 96 Old 05-06-2013, 01:20 PM
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During a walk in the fields a friend of mine had a camera with her so she filmed a little something Snickers and me were playing with - it's not as smooth as it sometimes gets, but we still had fun. :) My boy was a little hasty to get back to the new grass, but still a good listener.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnlxWfzhLg8
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post #86 of 96 Old 05-12-2013, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Aaww cute video

She's doing great rearing
Still needs to find her balance

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post #87 of 96 Old 05-12-2013, 03:21 PM
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I really liked reading this thread. I was thinking about training my Paint horse to Spanish walk as he loves to paw in the air, especially when he gets excited. I think he would enjoy these type of tricks as he also likes to "hand" me things out of his tack box. He learns quickly and has a playful nature. Thanks to all who have inspired me in this thread.
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post #88 of 96 Old 05-12-2013, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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I think you'll have a great tricktraining horse
Watch out he won't get TOO excited, I've had a horse like that haha, need to slow down sometimes.

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Yay! She knows the command really good now! Now we can start practicing balance while rearing and when that's done higher/longer rear



For who wants to know, my command is:
Voice: 'up up!'
Whip: first hit the ground (I am low too) then high like in the picture

Sometimes I put my whip in the air too on purpose, because she may not rear then. It's not the command, I FIRST have to hit the ground with the whip. So sometimes she's a little confused but she will learn that if I put my whip in the air that she can't rear She already gets it a little, but sometimes she is like, whuuuuuuut.
Ohhh woww, she looks more than stunning!! Just wow!
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post #90 of 96 Old 05-31-2013, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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She already rears a little higher and longer!
And for the first time she did the jambette with me on her! (Also this is the second time I'm on her without a saddle!!)

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