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    04-06-2010, 01:16 PM
Originally Posted by nrhareiner    
Fencing does NOT teach a horse to stop. It is used for several reasons. One of the big reasons it keeping the horse from scotching. You WANT the horse thinking they are going to run to the wall. It also teaches them to brake in 1/2 and really get under them selves. However this is done once the horse already has a good solid stop on them.
Thank you, you said it better than I did haha.
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    04-07-2010, 06:34 PM
Hi Gidji, I think StylishK and nrhareiner answered your question very well, thanks guys.

I see you are also in Australia! If you want to learn more about reining in Australia you can visit: We are located in QLD and yes my parter David Manchon is the trainer at Flex.

If you are also a Queenslander you can visit: to find out when the next Reining event is on. We would love to have you come along, you could watch riders working in the 'open pen' and 'pre-works' and I can gaurantee you won't see a horse run in to a fence!
    04-07-2010, 06:52 PM
Hey guys, thanks! I was watching it on youtube the other day and got interested in the training behind it. Someday I want to take a few lessons in reining to try and advance my seat!
Thanks again for the info!

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