Winston demonstrates how to use basic turns when working with a young horse.
Winston Hansma breaks down why constant contact with the reins when cuing will help to prepare a young horse.
Bud Lyon explains how to transition young horses from a side pull or hackamore to a smooth snaffle bit.
A regular riding routine can help your young horse stay consistent in his training.
Teaching your young horse to follow his nose will set him up for success as he continues his training.
Work with pressure and release again, this time under saddle.
Watch as Bud Lyon demonstrates the counter canter.
Learn your horse’s limits for when it’s time to stop working on something.
Before your horse can neck rein he needs to respond to direct rein commands.
Brad Barkemeyer demonstrates a few basic ground drills for you to work on with any horse.
Continue to learn how Bud Lyon warms up a young horse.
Use these daily warm-ups to get your young horse ready for training.
Teaching your horse to turn will allow you to have more steering ability and control anytime you’re in the saddle.
Are you an all-in risk-taker? Or a more conservative speculator? It matters when shopping for young horses.