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Which is the modern way to rein a rein horse? He developed a perspective so that he is directly in the bridles and willing to be shown by his non-proprietor as a five-year-old. At the age of two, the horse is launched with the aim of showing off at the age of three.
At the end of the early part of his three-year-old year, he is trained to reins and lever while ready to show himself in the brush. That autumn he will go to the chockamore for a brief period of the same year to prepare for the two reins, and from there he will go to the bridles.
Reading an outline of the stages in this trial, Les presents the advantages and disadvantages of the modern vs. conventional Californio brass, a longer time. Over the last 20 years we have developed into a modern way of reining our cows.
For most of the professionals it does not make financial sense to spend four or five years making a horse. Her customers take them a two-year-old and say: "I would like to have a horse that I can show as a non-pro in my bridles. You would probably think that you could buy a ready-made horse and show it today for this character.
With the modern rein reining technique, the coach can put the same two-year-old directly into the reins and let his non-pro customer show him off as a five-year-old. Modern processes are a mix of the pure styles and the conventional bridles.
It was a period when every curbed cow horse was traditionally curbed. That began to shift as we familiarized ourselves with the cleaners and their way of reining a horse. So we started to incorporate their methodology with our own and the modern way of reining the cow horse was out.
Is it possible for this style to create a horse as good as a traditionally restrained horse? What is the modern approach? As two-year-olds we started with the aim of leading him into the future at the age of three.
It' s in the early part of his three-year-old year that this approach differs from the others. At the same tought he is led to a lever bite, which he wants to show in the bridle bite. He will then go to Hacienda for a brief period of autumn of the same year to train his nostrils, which will help him to get ready for the two reins.
He' ll go up to the bridles from there. You can see how this saves a lot of your own precious little amount of valuable practice compared to the conventional Californian way of harnessing. As a two-year-old, our cow horse perspective will begin his training so that he will be prepared to start learning two new things in the early part of his three-year-old year.
During this period our horse gets to know the neckbone and a lever bite in the shape of an Argentinian bridle dag. After work, the Argentinian bridle should be presented to him in its normal bridle. Do not use the Argentinian bridle as a rebuke for the horse; it should be used as a teaching aid.
As soon as we have the horse in Argentina, it's ironing him out. We' ve already talked in detail in another paper about how to give the horse the reins. A horse's first steps in learning to reins is to train it. Go to your lefthand side and put your right reins around his throat.
Give him an education move with the lefts reins at the same one. Adjust the draw on the reins with the impression of the head of the boots on the right, this will motivate him to lean to the right. Whenever the horse gives a signal that it is trying to do what you want, always keep in mind to let go of the stress.
When the horse is running well, he does not learn from the pressures themselves. You have to repeat this practice every day so that the horse really does understand what you want. This is one of those practices that you can do a great deal without injuring the horse either in physical or mental terms.
Since the horse will understand what you want, you will ask it more and more to bow until it really flexes its throat about 90º. Keep in mind that we do not teach the horse to switch direction, but to bow his throat on both sides as well. But I know that my view really gets the throat when I can gently put my reins over his throat and he brings his noses on both sides to the tip of my heel.
We have cut much off from the reining period of the conventional methods through the training of the horse to the lever teeth and through the three year old one. The bridle was speeded up without putting any strain on the young horse. Nowadays, the standard is so high that almost every future horse that shows up in the bridle has had some kind of training in a lever effect.
Usually in July, as long as the practice goes according to schedule, we try to convert the horse from Argentine to bridles. These are usually a lightweight, pure styled, harness bits not the more demanding bits with the tradional Californian styled harness. Both in the Californio and pureer styles, we brought the horse to the bridles by first working in the bridles, then placing the bridles and accustoming the horse to the feeling and effect of the lever chisel.
We' still gonna do that when we rearm our part with this one. But as we go through the stages faster with this technique, we will soon begin working in the brush and then change to the brush to complete it. You' d be in the brush, of course, if things didn't go well.
Hoechamore should only be performed by an experienced hacker. As our outlook learns to reins and be trained to the lever dentures, it should still show in the bridle. Of course, he should be able to do all the necessary manoeuvres and cow work at a relatively high bridle height before he rises to a lever effect.
It is the most important stage in the construction of bridles, no mater which methods you use. When you try to train your horse to do these manoeuvres and at the same moment train him to be a harness, I have the feeling that you are headed for difficulties. First you have to make the horse complete in the brush and then you have to improve the system of controls.
Reining the rein horse has a period that we do not have in the reiners' way and that is the step into the haha. It will not be the long training (about six months) you would find in the Californio bridle; it will be a short, compressed one.
The horse can be put into the chopping loaf in experts' hand in only one months, but I would like to highlight the part "expert hands". I' d begin Hackmore practice in autumn after the horse had completed its three-year show year. Always like to begin my horse back rides in the bridle and switch to a good trip to Hacior.
As soon as the horse shows that he can understand the chockamore, the horseman can be more confident, but that is only when you know what you are doing. Keep in mind that you should resolve all serious problems by returning to the counterbite. As soon as the horse goes into a cow horse category and puts a cow in the pack, it can no longer show itself in the chockamore.
This is the most important way we put him in the chockamore before we put him in the two reins. We now have our four-year-old in the final phase of modern cow horse breeding. He was raised to heckamore and he also had some reins.
When you have done an informed work, you have not yet encountered any unevenness in the trial and your horse is very sympathetic and straightforward, then you can give him an ingenious piece. It may be upright, but I think that some of them need the assistance system that comes with the two reins.
I' ll be starting my horse into the two reins early in his four-year-old year, so that he will be willing to show there in April. This horse may show either in the two reins or directly in the reins for the whole saison, which allows me to go back and forth when I have the feeling that I need it.
Now there are a few additional advantages to show in the two reigns messed up. Secondly, you can put your hands between the bridles, which can give your horse additional assistance when he needs it. These two reigns can help a young horse to be more confident in a show setting.
In the next saison you can see our restrained cow horse directly in the bridles. It is not a way of restraining a restrained cow horse, but a system that is common in the cow horse kingdom today and creates high class cows.
At that time, when not as much cash was at risk as today, there was a more laid-back handling of the bridles. Practically tradition bridle? The hardcore traditionalist will say that today's horse cannot be as good as a traditionally educated horse.
I' m not going to say that every horse is so good, but many of them are. But the big discrepancy to the 30 years ago is how long they are already three years old. Nowadays the three-year-old horse we are producing only has to go through the remaining stages, which allows us to reduce the bridle time.
All we have to do is switch his control from the counterbite to the bridles. There are still many folks who want to know the old way and I still like to use the old way on my horse. Modern styling saves a lot of valuable practice and every single one you do it, you risk it with the foundations of your workout.
Therefore, I emphasize that this way of fencing the horse should be done by a pro who recognizes the scarlet banners when they appear. There are three ways to get your horse in the saddle. Californian tradition passed down from the vaquero es, the pureer technique that brings out some of the top performing horses you see today, and the modern cow horse technique, which is a mixture of both.
Bring your horse soundly in its basics into the brush and then try it out. Aim of every reins technique - to get the horse directly into the reins.