Contact with the Bridle Reins

Winston Hansma breaks down why constant contact with the reins when cuing will help to prepare a young horse.

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Keeping contact with the bridle reins will help a young horse understand the cues you ask once he’s ready to start working live cattle. Winston explains the difference between pulling on the horse and having constant contact with the bridle reins. When you have good constant contact with the horse during training, you are in a better position to move the horse wherever he needs to go. 

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