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I agree! Rick Gore is a wonderful horseman to learn from. i have taken the philosophy that I can learn as much ,if not more from a bad horseman as a good one. Of course you learn what not to do. Listen to this guy and you will get hurt. I know I absoutely love when a horse almost knocks me off my feet because he doesn't respect my space. The first 30 seconds of this video is the begining of a VEEERY bad habit that will get you hurt.


Just a friendly piece of advice. Take it for what its worth. learn what you can from as many REPUTABLE trainers and clinicians as you can but learn to wade through the BS as well.

The list of NH people I like are
1 Buck Brannaman
2 Clinton Anderson
3 Chris Cox
4 Bryan Neubert
5 Richard caldwell.

Although Buck and Richard Caldwell gravitate alittle more toward the vaquero style of riding. In my opinion , good horssemanship is good horsemanship no matter what name you put to it.
 
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