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high>day1, Monty's special training
An excellent group of horse enthusiasts from about 10 different nations came to Flag Is Up Forms for a 5 day long training adventure. Before we presented a real life horse to our start horse, we used a rubber horse. Shoppingbag, riders with dummies and fluttering feet help the young horse to get used to a horseback.
It was a heavenly time today when you loved a horse and appreciated its capacity to give it a better one. One of the most fragile periods at the rider's moment with a horse. Afterwards, a saved Paint needed many sceptical minutes before we could get a join-up and follow-up with this beautiful horse, on the way to the feeding ground.
Then another perseverance Arabian Liger ride, this one with a horse in anticipation of his first journey outside the Round Pen tomorrows. Ada Gates recently showed some life-saving trimmings for your horse's legs. The last one was the highlight of so many beautiful trainings. It was overwhelming to see the enthusiasm for the horse and the esteem the pupils had for how far the horse had come.
The young Liger is here on his fifth days as a saddle horse, directly on the course! What is your horse's sensitivity? That is the behaviour that causes so much anger to the riders in the start boxes in motorsport. In the stables there are tracks projecting out to the horse.
A horse that is fragile in its sides and suffocates goes'under pressure', especially when used on this part of its part. I' ve spent most of my adulthood claiming that the horse is'in pressure'. Part of the horse survives because it has learnt to bite into the hot hurt of a hound that bites in the area of the side.
When the horse should run away, the hound would just tear the meat and allow the gut to leave the human organ, and the hound would make a killing well. As a result of the surviving of the fittest, the horse has a'in pressure' patterns of handling severe pains. You have to use smooth bristles for this horse and be very cautious when not in the kicks.
You' re probably training your horse to get off the edge of the pack without even noticing. During the ride you put one foot on the side of your horse and when the horse is away from the foot you relieve the stress. That' probably what you did on both sides of your horse. In all likelihood, if your horse has only been rode a few rides, there was a trend to move into the rider's legs and not away from him.
But your horse finally learnt that it was better to move away from the legs. We can see if we can help the horse to relieve the flank area. To change this behaviour, I asked for a football to be fixed to the end of a sturdy cane.
Glue the bal to the end of the pole, cover it with foam and more adhesive tapes.... in every way the pole is securely pressed against the horse rim. I' ll instruct the dealer to push the football into the area of the sides and I' ll keep to it when the horse back.
In a few-minute work, most ponies will leave and experiment with how to get the push from the crossbar. The smallest of steps removes the bullet immediately and releases the thrust. Because the horse does not feel any severe pains.
Once the bounce is removed, the token should move to the other side and continue. If you can reach a behaviour that is not under stress but immediately under stress, you are on the best way to a succesful change of deep-embedded behaviouratterns. Once you have achieved this, you are more secure to maintain, open the doors more readily and have even better line changes than you could have before your horse's workout to relieve stress, even if it is in the flanks.
Once you have ensured that your horse has no symptoms, the next stage is to desensitise this area. Humans who shape their offspring and want to educate them as top performers do not desensitise this area. Of course, they are delicate when they are leaving this area, so that the driver can give clues.
Postted in Entraînement de chevaux, Monty's Blog | Commentaires Off sur La sensibilité de votre cheval ? Capture your horse in the field.... or let your horse capture you! I' m often heard saying: Don't get your horse, let your horse get you. "I would like to answer your questions when you have understood the fundamental principles of Join-Up and have finished using these fundamental terms of Join-Up grazing and allow your horse to rely on you and "catch" you.
I' m assuming that you were right in your estimation that the horse can help here. As you may have realized, the other horse, which is easily caught, grows even lighter if you disregard it while hunting your horse. Well, I don't want you to be rash or under any kind of duress.
You are needed to make a small area inside your meadow or to use a box with a small pin. If you' re entering the box to capture him, I want you to follow the Equus and Join-Up® notions. When you walk in passive, your hands shut, your gear calm and your hands turned away, your horse should come to you when you ask him to come.
When he leaves you, turn his eye consciously towards your horse's eye, which means "leaving" in his own tongue. When he finds this sweety place in the paddock, pet his face and throat and make this small area a secure and comfortable place to be.
Put it back on his face between his eye and on his throat so he can understand that you are not causing him any sore. Just do this and you will see that there is a shortened period of up to the date you get there and it will start following you to the small area.
Soon, there will be a days when the little pin is no longer necessary and you start to put the cord around his throat and guide him for a second. Remove the guide and let it back with a bowl of corn while rubbing and stroking.
You should always keep in mind that it is a good plan to capture these types of horse if you don't have a tough working week for them. We should often just capture, grate and pet the horse and then let it go for the whole outing. By reserving our fishing only for the few dates when a tough trip is imminent, it is easy to see how this would become a situation where the horse suspects that fishing is a poor thing and not a good thing.
A good outcome is needed to be able to exchange these practices with other horse-owning companies that are hard to capture. At all times we should be careful to keep a close eye on our animals and look for the smallest way to satisfy their needs. Just think, unspoiled and feral ponies are ennobled by some of the best Join-Up instructors in the world.
Just think, you ride together in my wonderful, ultra-modern equestrian center in the USA. It is the shared aim of these humans to provide the earth with a better place for the horse and also for humans. We wish you much luck in your quest for a better understanding of the equestrian arts through informal communications and I know that my trainers will be a precious work.
I practise and agree with the horse education principals that concentrate on the horse's character and the fulfilment of its needs, instead of just quoting the needs of man and getting the horse to adapt to them. I' d like each of you to delete the sentence "make the horse" from your own terminology.
Years of working with these beautiful creatures have shown me how valuable it is to get the horse to do what is asked of it and not to demand it by forcibly. There' s a move on this planet to better comprehend and to handle the horse in a far more sensible way than we have done in the past.
Congratulations to those who are looking for information and taking their responsibilities to maximize their learning about the animals they adore. They are the "movers" in this business looking for solutions to enhance your comprehension and your relationships with the horse we like. In the meantime many humans know that it is my aim in my lifetime to better escape the earth than I found it, for the horse and also for humans.
Everyone of you will realise that if we are to become better companions with our horse, we need a whole host of people to take good charge of them.