Lunging Tackfailure protection
It is a very frequent failure error.
The lower part of the horse's lower jaw is placed inside by a little lungeing step when the dogfighter asks for inflexion with the longe. In order to bend and bend correctly, however, the maxilla must be placed inward, which is only possible if the lower is placed outward. Work with something makes it more challenging for the rider to learn proper inflection and thus proper side flex.
The best way to exercise is with a well-fitting cape bridle, because this acts on the horse's maxilla, and during a half-hold you challenge the maxilla inward instead of the underjaw. You bring the horse's heads and necks into a certain positions that the natural way of the horses would not take.
No matter what the advocates say, they would not use rein s or other turning points that would bring the animal into a certain framework if the animal walked well. With other words: This kind of turning point "forces" the horses into a certain posture and this is connected with excitement and a false kind of movement.
You can' help the horses very well. You cannot react to the horses own skewness when you use reins/side rein or put the longe through the harness because you "lock" the horses. They can no longer affect the horse's center of mass and help the animal get the right help because they can no longer "use" the heading and tail positions to help the animal find its equilibrium.
Therefore, this type of lunging has nothing to do with a logic, constructional workout in which you exercise your own dog gradually and consistently at the horse's pace. The perfect way to get a proper mobile animal without using these exercise machines. Many of these saddlebacks have difficulty relaxing, so they do not study quickly or well, or they study the incorrect things.
First of all, a good basis is a great deal of confidence, clear communications and a genuine link between your horses and the coach. Once the bond is established, you can move on to preparation so that, among other things, the rider can get to know and have confidence in the tools and become fluent in yielding to stress.
They also practise regular circular work, which is a very important predecessor of lung-playing. People who take the liberty of creating a sound base will have more pleasure and more success in lungeing because the horses will know and rely on you and all your tools. If the dog handler uses the incorrect bodylanguage, the dog will be upset.
It happens very often that the horses do not want to "leave" the group. Actually, it's not like the pony doesn't "want to go." Symptoms are caused by wrong communications / bodily speech (but can also be the consequence of a developing dislike of failure for other causes, such as the most frequent errors I describe in this article).
Equines always reread the HF's bodily speech and if that is wrong/confusing, there will be trouble. Often it happens that hurricanes "unlearn" to respond to their own bodies because the dog shepherd does not know his own bodies. Example: The dog handler wants the dog to keep trotting, but subconsciously uses a slower voice (e.g. the dog handler looks down or pushes his center backwards).
Due to this passivity, the dog begins to run and this is not what the dog handler wants and he pushes the dog vigorously with his lash. In this way the rider will learn to disregard the HF's voice and just hear the longe pull (to stop) and the riding of the lash (to accelerate).
Well, the horses learn to run around like robots. However, in order to be able to jump in training, it is necessary for the horses to retain their own sense of nature and be open to the coaches. Even the coach has to open up to the horses. It is the goal of lunging to train your horses gymnastically.
Gymnastics means that you make your horses more flexible, but also more powerful. It teaches your equine rider to move in equilibrium on a circular path, to bow both to the right and to the right, to come in a forward-down position, to vibrate with his inner back bone, and to move just instead of obliquely.
To put it briefly: you teach your pony to use his physique optimally so that he can better bear the saddleman ( even riding ponies can profit from a proper lung). In order to be able to enter properly, one must at least have fundamental understanding of the equine body's inherent imbalances and asymmetries.
It is important to know whether you are facing a right - or left-bent stallion, and also which rear of the stallion is the feeble rear stallion and which is the sturdy rear stallion. When you recognize this, you can exercise your horses correctly. Without basics in this area a trainer will do more damage than good to the horses.
Longeing is very detrimental for the equine body in this case, as the force of centrifugation and shearing is likely to exert too much force on the equine muscle and tendon, and thus on the skull. If you keep working too long, you'll cross the horse's line.
Muslims get weary and the horses remember lunging as weary. Even if the lunge is too brief, it can occur that the horses have not achieved the level of rest they need to move properly. However, the influence of endorphins triggered by the forward down posture has not yet begun and the horses miss those "feel-good hormones" that make lunging relaxed and comfortable.
Good trainers observe the horses intensely and notice the best moments to stop. It is not too early, so the horses are given the opportunity to get into this river of endorphins, but certainly not too early to make sure the horses do not get weary. The HF goes in a small circuit during the failure.
It is important that he knows exactly where he has to set up his own group. Subconsciously many handler can be "pulled" or "pushed" away from the horses. You subconsciously go a larger circumference (when the saddle is over the shoulder) or even a smaller circumference (when the saddle is over the shoulder).
This way you can't feel so well whether your horses are walking or not. If you want to exercise your horses properly, it is necessary that you remain in your own circuit, large or small, and that you only raise or lower it if you want it yourself, because you want the horses to go in a larger or smaller circuit.
Work on the relation to your horses first through Liberty Training. In this case, give your horses the best possible preparatory work. Learn how to use your own bodily speech properly and remain "in your own circle". Buy a well seated cape bridle instead of falling with a little and not using reins/sidebands/...!
Ask for help if you have no lunging skills and still have a long way to go! In this way lunging becomes a pleasant adventure for you and your horses! Thus, your stallion will become agile, strong and in balance in a proper and conscientious manner, preparing himself to carry his stallion with him!