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What is the most common issue?

"What is the most common issue you see with your clients and their horses, and how do you solve it?"

This is a question I was asked to write about.  Here are some thoughts I had around that topic...

A Natural Horsemanship Solution for a Horse that Pulls Back

Q&A with Glenn & Dealer...
What can you do to help a horse that pulls back?
Contrary to some people’s way of thinking, horses do not enjoy, like, or think it is fun to pull back. It hurts and they are very worried, scared and claustrophobic feeling when they pull back. It is much more difficult to teach a horse not to pull after he has started pulling than to learn some exercises and then use them with your horse to avoid the pulling in the first place.

The Importance of the Warm Up

Considering warmer weather is right around the corner many of you, including folks who had their horses ridden in the Horse Ranch Development program, will be making the first ride of the spring.  I thought I'd share a few thoughts about the importance of the warm up, and include a few personal photos that you might find humorous about what can happen when you don't take the time to do it properly.

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