Asking Your Horse to Back

Before you start practicing versatility ranch horse events, make sure your horse knows basic riding fundamentals like how to back up.

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Before you start practicing versatility ranch horse events like ranch trail, ranch riding, cutting, or fence work, make sure your horse has a solid foundation to help him be successful. In this video, versatility ranch horse expert Cody Crow shows you how he first teaches his horses to back up and why it’s important that they know this backup cue.

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