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    01-15-2010, 12:22 AM
Natural Horsemanship Dancing and Bowing!

Me and meh horsie...

OKW Eldorado, the bowing is bad, becuase we were on concrete, so I didn't ask him to go down all the way, to prevent slipping. I would have shot it in the arena, but the lighting was better in the barn.

Video 1: Dancing on ground with him. My balance is terrible, and I was drunk with sleep, so I had to hold onto his withers xD

Video 2: Dancing on his back. We have been working on this for a long time, but he was mad when he kept dropping the treats I was giving him, thinking I wasn't rewarding him, hence the laziness later.

Video 3: Bowing. Yuup.

HPIM1438.flv video by Itzellieandyouknowit - Photobucket

HPIM1439.flv video by Itzellieandyouknowit - Photobucket

HPIM1440.flv video by Itzellieandyouknowit - Photobucket

Hope they work :/
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    01-15-2010, 11:35 PM
Very nice!!
    01-18-2010, 04:01 PM
Originally Posted by XxHunterJumperxX    
Video 1: Dancing on ground with him. My balance is terrible, and I was drunk with sleep, so I had to hold onto his withers xD
not to be mean, because its all very cute and I can see the work, but I can also see the pressure cues your giving on him when you're "holding his withers for your balance".

That first bow scared me a little because of the way he popped up onto his toe so much and that he was on concrete. I got nervous!

Other than that very cute, keep working on it, he's cute and getting the hang of it!

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