Use this exercise for multiple purposes. You can use it to put turn in a horse or take some of the anticipation your horse may have about turning out of a horse. Great for training and great for problem solving.
Need a quick fix for your horse that starts his second barrel turn too soon? Here’s an exercise where you will want to hang on tight and make a correction on the fly.
This drill helps with your horses suppleness and maneuverability. It will help them become more aware of their own body placement. This drill will open up their shoulders, soften their ribs and face.
This should help those horses that want to slow down to much too soon and those with “sticky” feet. It keeps those feet moving.
This will encourage your horse to keep his hind end under him and use it. This is the move your horse needs to make a corner around a barrel and blast out of the turn.
This helps to keep your horse maneuverable and supple through the shoulders. It will help him to accept and understand your leg and rein cues as well.
This drill improves your horses maneuverability and works on his ability to shoulder in and out when asked. Excellent for small spaces, slow speed and undesirable ground conditions.
This is great for teaching a horse to turn the barrel properly. Through repetition (and your help) your horse will learn to engage and stay in four wheel drive motion through the turn with your help.
This drill is another version of the moving off drill. Most often used for problems shouldering at second or third. This will help to take some of the anticipation out of your horse.
This moving off drill targets horses that are anticipating and slicing or shouldering a barrel. You would only do this at the barrel(s) that are of concern.
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