Thank you, but it really wasn't detailed instructions.
It was just the way it worked out that day.
I just worked with horse that was in front of me, under the conditions that were presented. (ie In the moment.)
P.S. One of the best obstacles to get, in my opinion, is a 4' x 8' piece of 3/4" plywood. The kind for flooring, not the composite kind.
Lay it out on flat ground and start by getting the horse to step on it, then over it, then onto it and stop, then on, stop and back off, then go over it while circling, and so forth.
Work from standing on both sides of the plywood, and approaching from either end, and either side too.
Then put something on each side of it, like cones or barrels, and do it all again.
Then put something under it, like pallets, and do it all again.
And so forth, ....
Last edited by anndankev; 12-01-2015 at 12:15 AM.