Developing the Basic Instincts

Winston Hansma describes how to use the horse’s basic instincts when training a cutting horse.

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When training a cutting horse, it’s important to keep developing the horse’s basic instincts. The goal is to get the horse to do the job on his own. Winston describes how using your hands and legs together, can help the rider guide the horse to the proper spot on the cow. 

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