This principle could also be called “Work with the horse that is in front of you right now”. This principle ensures that you are working on the issue at hand and not yesterdays. This is the principle that has more to do with you than the horse.
In this video, Warwick rides his horse Bundy in what would be a "normal" session for them and points out the Principles of Training to explain why he does what and when, as well as highlighting what he calls the “focus work under saddle.”
After many people watched the livestream of Warwick & Robyn compete in the reining at the 2018 World Equestrian Games, there were many questions on the Sliding Stop. In this episode of the Principles in Action, Warwick demonstrates the early stages of teaching the stop with his horse Bundy, w...
Let’s talk about rein position and proper handling. Being able to handle your reins properly will not only ensure a better riding experience but will also ensure that you will be able to handle your reins in a safe manner.