Roping Box Work

Brad Barkemeyer breaks down how he introduces box work to new horses.

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When introducing box work to new horses, Brad Barkemeyer recommends going slow. Start without cattle to make it easier for your horse to adjust to the new sights, smells, and noises associated with the box. He also recommends doing several repetitions to help your horse feel confident. Brad’s slow and positive way of introducing box work can help your horse view the box as their happy place.

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