Flagging While Saddled
Sunny's First Ride • 2m 2s
Because of the extra pressure from the saddle, A newly saddled horse acts differently from when they are not wearing a saddle. Don’t take anything for granted with going back through the desensitizing in order to set you and your horse up for a good ride.
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Flagging While Saddled In Motion
Don’t just flag your saddled horse while he’s standing still. Learn how to push your horse out and get his feet moving while he’s dealing with the energy you are throwing at him. Watch as Noah teaches Sunny that he has nothing to worry about, that he can move out freely and that there is no need ...
Desensitizing To Stirrups
Because he wants you to have the safest first ride possible, Noah thinks of just about everything. Watch as Noah teaches his horse that flapping stirrups doesn’t mean to bolt or run sideways. Instead of overreacting, he teaches his horse to relax and accept the flapping stirrups.
Desensitizing To Stirrup W Motion
Going the extra step of having your horse become used to pressure while moving makes a huge difference in the quality of the first ride. Watch as Noah teaches you that inviting the extra time and not skipping steps will have huge payoffs.