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post #1 of 6 Old 10-21-2013, 08:24 AM Thread Starter
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Horse Videos for Beginners Anyone?

I was wondering if anyone could post horse videos here for beginners that has helped them? I looked in:
http://http://www.horseforum.com/hor...os-added-7919/
But the last post was in 2010...not many videos there.

Thanks y'all!

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post #2 of 6 Old 10-21-2013, 08:55 AM
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My favorite starting place to guide new horsemen in the video world is the eXHorses series (eXHorses - YouTube).
They have over 200 videos ranging from horse behavior, accupressure, helmet safety, buying a horse, evaluating the capabilities of a horse, and my all-time favorite from the Louisianna State University Ag Center where you can find good demonstrations and explanations on everything from stopping a horse to neck reining and lead changes. Here is the very first one in that particular eXHorses series:

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Horses - eXtension
This has all sorts of great information and if you scroll down there are also instructional videos link
HorseQuest Instructional Videos - eXtension
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helpmydaughterloveshorses.com
She does some riding videos but mostly horse care videos and is really good at explaining not only how to do something but why
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helpmydaughterloveshorses.com
She does some riding videos but mostly horse care videos and is really good at explaining not only how to do something but why
I saw that one too -- she has youtube videos as well -- I found many to be very helpful

EventionTV has a youtube channel as well -- the couple that do it are a little goofy and very easy to watch --- also lots of good info

https://www.youtube.com/user/EventionTv/videos
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