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Foundational Lesson Part Ii: Same Rein, Same Foot   By: Ian Kirkham
There are four Foundational Lessons that every rider, whether a recreational rider or a professional trainer, needs to master with each and every horse. Foundational lessons teach you how to gain and keep control of your horse and establish a foundation for teaching performance riding maneuvers. They focus on the three main parts of the horse: the head and neck, shoulders, and hips. Same Rein, Same Foot is the second of four foundational lessons taught in the Lyons Legacy School of Horsemanship.(read entire article)
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Foundational Lesson Part Iii: Reverse Arc   By: Ian Kirkham
There are four Foundational Lessons that every rider, whether a recreational rider or a professional trainer, needs to master with each and every horse. Foundational lessons teach you how to gain and keep control of your horse and establish a foundation for teaching performance riding maneuvers. They focus on the three main parts of the horse: the head and neck, shoulders, and hips. Reverse Arc is the third of four foundational lessons taught in the Lyons Legacy School of Horsemanship.(read entire article)
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Foundational Lesson Part Iv: Hips-in   By: Ian Kirkham
There are four Foundational Lessons that every rider, whether a recreational rider or a professional trainer, needs to master with each and every horse. Foundational lessons teach you how to gain and keep control of your horse and establish a foundation for teaching performance riding maneuvers.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Horsemanship Training Tips Introducing & Removing The Bridle & Bit    Submitted in different name as: ian kirkham
Putting a bridle and bit on a horse is either easy or extremely difficult. It all depends on how you first introduce your horse to the bridle and bit.(read entire article)
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Horsemanship Training 5 Tips To Avoid Frustration    Submitted in different name as: ian kirkham
Here are 5 tips for having more success with your horse training and horsemanship. Learn that your words affect your actions and how to avoid getting frustrated.(read entire article)
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Horsemanship Training Advanced Rider   By: Ian Kirkham
In the Advanced Rider online course by Lyons Legacy of Horsemanship, you learn what it takes to ride finished. The final of the four foundational lessons Hips-In is presented, followed by a review of all four foundational lessons. Horse riding work focuses on moving your horse's hips and performance riding, including diagonals, the side-pass and half-pass, loping exercises take you through lead transitions, simple lead changes and flying lead changes. Also covered, is how to teach your horse to make deep, sliding stops.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Horsemanship Training Basic Horsemanship   By: Ian Kirkham
When mastering Basic Horsemanship, you need to employ methods of training where your horse will come to trust and respect you. This requires you understand your horse's physiology, nutritional requirements, and the basics of conditioned responses or how your horse learns.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Horsemanship Training Controlling Fear    Submitted in different name as: ian kirkham
Fear of riding usually develops after an incident where the rider lost control over his horse. This fear can be justified(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Horsemanship Training Horses' Fears    Submitted in different name as: ian kirkham
Horses, like people, experience fear. Their fear comes in two forms: justified and unjustified. With training, horses can be taught to overcome both types of fear(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Horsemanship Training Novice Rider   By: Ian Kirkham
Becoming a Novice Horse Rider requires a horseman to learn the fundamentals of horse training: how to get your horse to respond to the bit from the ground and under saddle, proper mounting and dismounting, how to ask your horse to walk, trot and lope, and how to move the horse's shoulders.(read entire article)
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Category : Business

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