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        08-02-2012, 11:20 AM
    Green Broke
    Painted Horse, I like the idea of sidepassing down the side of the trailer at the end of a ride. Horses learn pretty darn quick if there is a "reason" they understand. I made Biscuit go past the trail head exit EVERY time we returned and made him go back and forth about 6 times and then stop with his butt to the trail head standing in the brush. LOL now when we are through with a ride coming back up the trail head Biscuit goes right to the place in the brush I would stand him without being asked to. He is just funny. He wanted to give me a bunch of static about going past the trail head last week because it was wet there - too bad. We went down about 20 yards and returned. : )
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        08-02-2012, 11:40 AM
    Originally Posted by QOS    
    Painted Horse, I like the idea of sidepassing down the side of the trailer at the end of a ride.
    Sidepassing, backing up, roll backs, etc. All good cool down exercises after a work out or trail ride.
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