Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Canberra Australia
Ian, I think you are dead right there, just showing the “good bits” I think leads a lot of people who “train” horses, that is, get a decent going horse and ride them and change them about to suit their riding style, think that it is all sunshine, lollipops and rainbows; then they have the gall to call abuse when they see what it actually takes to train a horse. That’s my guess where a lot of the “natural horsemanship” people are at.
In terms of this guy, I have never heard of him but when I saw him paying attention to where the horses feet are when he asks something of them with the lounging his stock sky rocketed in my opinion; he is pedalling gold there. And its a lovely little filly to boot.
Oh yeah, I had a look at your thread where you had a bunch of videos too, some nice looking gear, well done man.