Practice Your Pattern at Home

Ryan Rushing tells us why he likes to have his non-pros practice their reining patterns at home to prepare for a horse show.

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Sometimes people don’t like to practice their patterns at home to avoid having their horse anticipate the patterns, especially when working with a reining horse where there are only a select few patterns to choose from. Learn why Ryan Rushing prefers to have his non-pros practice their patterns at home so they can get comfortable with pattern placement and see where their horse’s strengths and weaknesses are.

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