Colt Starting: Getting On

Bud Lyon demonstrates the safest and most effective way to get on your young horse for the first time.

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After you’ve progressed through the groundwork basics of training, it’s time to get on your young horse. Bud Lyon shows how you should get on your young horse and explains the safest way to do it.

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