Crossed Reins for Steering • Work in Segments

Use this exercise to help with neck reining and guiding; the importance of working in segments.

This week on Horse&Rider OnDemand:

Bud (left) shows you an exercise he likes to do when teaching a horse how to neck rein and guide. Brad (right) explains the importance of working in 3’s during training sessions.

Teaching your horse how to guide? Bud Lyon show you a crossed-reins exercise and why you should use it when you’re teaching a horse how to neck rein. Brad Barkemeyer talks about working in segments and why it’s important to break up your ride into different training sessions.

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