Move Your Horse’s Hindquarters on the Ground

Just as you would in the saddle, teach your horse how to move his hind end on the ground.

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Just as you would in the saddle, it’s important to be able to move your horse’s hind end on the ground. This helps with safety on the ground, it also helps you something like moving your horse over for a vet or farrier. Natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains the importance of being able to move your horse’s hind end.

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