Originally Posted by ropinbiker
One of the best ways to teach both a better neck rein and stop/using hindquarters, is to do roll backs along the fence and in a corner(circle). For leads I would do alot of trot to canter transitions while asking for the correct lead, you may have to start this in a figure 8 pattern so it's easier for him to know what lead you are asking for.
Ok I've been working on roll backs and quit a few times he's completely sat on his hind end and rolled back. He is good at picking up the correct lead for the most part. He has a hard time when I take him to the rodeo. He is so side tracked by all the other horses,lights,chutes,music that he doesn't pay attention.