This video was sent to me via my aunt. She loved it, and I do too!
The one in very beginning, right? Yeah, I noticed that too - not a very nice expression. As for pinning ears when working cow I think it's something pretty common. My horse does it too, and cutting horses I've seen (most of them, not all though) do.yeah i noticed the first one running at its owner and i think one about 5 mins in. weird. still love it!
I have been there. Do you guys notice the whips?? They are the link as sure has having a halter and lead line on the horse.Nice tricks! I saw a guy at a circus that did almost the same thing but with 5 horses at a time. It may be new to them but it's not new to the world.
It can be and is done quite a bit. I drop reins quite often when I am working my horses. It helps me to get out of the horses way and use my seat and legs.Reiner: Yes! I agree with you 100%. Sometimes I wonder why, when I see videos such as this one, they always have the stick? I understand it's just reinforcement, but don't you think it could, also, be done without those? Now, that, would impress me a million! And yea, I also agree that some of them looked a little irritated and at other times they looked like they enjoyed it.
The whip is the link. It holds the horse to the person. I was taught how to do this by an old horseman and got in some trouble because I carried a whip and it offened some people.. Yes the whip takes away from the picture but it is a link that holds the two together.Rio: Exactly!! Thats what I'm saying. Can't this be done without the whips? Whether or not your riding or on the ground, if I seen this done without whips, like I said, only than would I be impressed more than ever!