Loading a difficult horse is not only frustrating, but it can be dangerous. Learn how to safely load a horse when they are being difficult.
Learn how to settle your horse before and after trailering them.
Do you know when you should use your trailer’s butt bar when you’re trying to load your horse? We go over these trailering basics in this week’s video.
Monique Potts shows you how to load a difficult horse with two people.
Natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains the importance of understanding your horse's ears and expression to help better understand how he's feeling.
Sometimes you have to get firm with your horse to set boundaries with him. Natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains.
Natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains how to lead your horse.
Monique Potts explains the importance of spatial awareness and how to teach your horse to respect your personal space when you're doing groundwork.
Learn how to read your horse's body language when you're on the ground.
Depending on where you put your body when working with your horse will cause a different reaction.
Use groundwork to let your horse get comfortable with moving around and carrying his body.
There’s nothing worse than going to load your horse to head for a show and four hours later you still are fighting with him to get in. We have tips to make trailering a breeze.
Teach your horse how to be hooked on you while you’re working him on the ground.
Teach your horse how to turn into the fence when you’re doing liberty work.
Try liberty work in the round pen to improve your groundwork skills.
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Teach your horse to give to pressure to help you with haltering or bridling him.
Monique Potts goes over some of the groundwork mistakes she sees horse owners make.
Why you might use a flag for groundwork.
Teach your horse how to follow the feel of the lead rope when you're on the ground.
Understand your horse's personal space but also teach your horse to respect your personal space when you're on the ground.
Having full control of your horse's body on the ground will help you in other aspects of ownership.
This drill will help you stay safe on the ground in case your horse tries to kick.