Accomplished horse trainers share their philosophy.
How to recognize small changes.
Doing less sooner prevents having to do more later.
Never try to force your horse to do something. Present an idea and give him time to figure it out.
Carson James shares his personal horsemanship goals.
Be heavy now so you can be light later.
Being able to get firm when needed is essential.
Many times, people quit the horse at the wrong time which instills or reinforces bad habits in the horse.
Horsemanship is more a philosophy than a method.
Your horse can not do "IT' better until he know what 'IT' is.
Learn how applying pressure on your horse is beneficial.
Good horsemanship is not WHAT you do. It's HOW you do what you do.
How the human's body language plays a huge role in communicating with your horse.
The rider must be confident in what he or she is asking.
How to make your idea become the horse's idea.
Making some small changes will result in huge improvements.
The horse can not be particular if the rider is not particular.
Being light at all times can actually create a 'heavy' horse.
Recognize visual signs of change and try.
How to recognize when your horse is trying.
Give your horse a reason to respond.
The key to successful horse training is being able to break things down into very small steps.
Carson James debunks the top 8 horse myths.
What should be the ultimate goal for your horse?
Carson James share a quick thought.