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Groundwork Exercise Changing Sides Goal: Without having to move your feet, you should be able to get the horse to change sides, crossing over with his outside front foot, off the lightest amount of steady pressure possible. More about the exercise: ht Horse Training Tips, Horse Tips, My Horse, Horse Love, Horse Riding, Horses And Dogs, Show Horses, Horse Behavior, Horse Exercises

Groundwork Exercise #1: Changing Sides Goal: Without having to move your feet, you should be able to get the horse to change sides, crossing over with his outside front foot, off the lightest amount of steady pressure possible. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Search/intermediate

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Exercise #1: Roundpenning Goal: To teach the horse to move his feet forwards, backwards, left and right in the direction you point, and to teach him to “catch” you, rather than you having to catch him, by teaching him that the center of the pen – with you – is the most comfortable place to be. More about the exercise: www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

Groundwork Exercise Leading Rollbacks Goal: To have the horse lead up beside you and stop when you stop, back up when you back up, and pivot on his hindquarters to do a turn to either the outside or inside when you change directions. Horse Gear, My Horse, Horse Love, Horse Riding, Rudyard Kipling, Horse Exercises, Horse Care Tips, Horse Videos, Horse Training Tips

Groundwork Exercise #4: Leading Rollbacks Goal: To have the horse lead up beside you and stop when you stop, back up when you back up, and pivot on his hindquarters to do a 180-degree turn to either the outside or inside when you change directions. Your horse should be like your shadow, never getting in front of you or behind you. Learn more https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

Exercise Flexing the Head and Neck Goal: You should be able to get the horse to flex to both sides by picking up on the lead rope with only two fingers. The horse’s nose should be able to touch his belly in the same place the girth would normally be. Horse Riding Tips, My Horse, Horse Love, Horse Training, Training Tips, Training Online, Horse Dance, Haflinger Horse, Horse Information

Exercise #8: Flexing the Head and Neck Goal: You should be able to get the horse to flex to both sides by picking up on the lead rope with only two fingers. The horse’s nose should be able to touch his belly in the same place the girth would normally be. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

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Groundwork Exercise #6: Touch & Rub - Nose Goal: To be able to back the horse away using the lightest amount of steady pressure applied to his nose. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/253/

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Exercise #9: Sending Exercise Goal: To be able to send the horse through tight, narrow spaces (without moving your feet) at both a walk and trot and have the horse yield and face you, and then go back in the other direction. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

Exercise Leading Beside Goal: To have the horse move beside you and act as… Horse Training Tips, Horse Tips, My Horse, Horse Love, Horses And Dogs, Show Horses, Pretty Horses, Beautiful Horses, Percheron Horses

Exercise #12: Leading Beside Goal: To have the horse move beside you and act as your shadow, mimicking every move you make. If you walk, he walks. If you turn left, he turns left. You want the horse to follow alongside you as you walk, trot, and turn to the inside and outside without taking the slack out of the lead rope. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

Groundwork Exercise Throw to a Stop Goal: To be able to lunge the horse in a circle around you, then throw the end of the lead rope over his topline and have him immediately relax and come to a stop, staying parallel on the circle. Horse Gear, Horse Tips, My Horse, Baby Horses, Horses And Dogs, Show Horses, Haflinger Horse, Reining Horses, Horse Information

Groundwork Exercise #9: Throw to a Stop Goal: To be able to lunge the horse in a circle around you, then throw the end of the lead rope over his topline and have him immediately relax and come to a stop, staying parallel on the circle. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/253/

Groundwork Exercise Outback Exercise Goal: To be able to back the horse away from you in a perfectly straight line without ever having to move your feet. Then you should be able to draw him back up to you by gently combing the lead rope through your h Baby Horses, Horses And Dogs, Show Horses, Broken Horses, Haflinger Horse, Horse Exercises, Horse Care Tips, Horse Videos, Horse Training Tips

Groundwork Exercise #8: Outback Exercise Goal: To be able to back the horse away from you in a perfectly straight line without ever having to move your feet. Then you should be able to draw him back up to you by gently combing the lead rope through your hand. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/253/

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Exercise #2: Desensitizing to the Lead Rope Goal & Why: To be able to throw the lead rope over and around any part of the horse’s body and This will begin the process of making sure the horse does not fear you or your tools. If the horse is scared of you or your tools, he will always focus on the fear and not on the lesson you’re trying to teach him. have the horse stand still and relax. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

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Groundwork Exercise #2: Run Up & Rub Goal: To be able to run up to the horse from any angle and have him stand still and relax. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Search/intermediate

Groundwork Exercise Flex & Lead By the Ear Goal: To have the horse immediat. Horse Barns, My Horse, Horse Love, Horse Stalls, Horse Riding Tips, Horse Tips, Horse Training, Training Tips, Horse Saddles

Groundwork Exercise #14: Flex & Lead By the Ear Goal: To have the horse immediately flex his head and neck so that his nose touches his belly whenever you lightly pick up on his ear with your hand. The second part of the exercise is to have the horse lead by his ear. And finally, you should be able to lower the horse’s head to the ground by applying light, steady pressure to his ear with just two fingers. Learn more www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

Riding Exercise Flexing at the Standstill Goal: To be able to slide your… Horse Riding Tips, My Horse, Horse Love, American Quarter Horse, Quarter Horses, Ranch Riding, Haflinger Horse, Horse Training, Training Tips

Riding Exercise #2: Flexing at the Standstill Goal: To be able to slide your hand down the rein and, with the lightest amount of pressure, ask the horse to bend his head and neck around to the side and have his nose touch your boot, jeans, stirrup or the fender of the saddle. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

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Exercise #5: Backing - Method 3 Marching Technique Goal: The horse reads your body language and moves backwards out of your space when you walk toward him in a marching fashion. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

Exercise Fundamental Desensitizing - Head Shy Exercises Goal: To be able to… Horse Training Tips, Horse Tips, All The Pretty Horses, Beautiful Horses, Horse Exercises, Clinton Anderson, All About Horses, Riding Lessons, Majestic Horse

Exercise #12: Fundamental Desensitizing - Head Shy Exercises Goal: To be able to wave your hands, arms and various objects all around the horse’s face while he remains standing still and relaxed. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/