They Need To Know The Answer
The Principles Of Training • 22m
This principle is similar to how we teach children to count before they add, and add before they multiply, because the answer to the current question lies in the previous teaching. Warwick walks you through examples with horses on the ground and in the saddle, as well as addressing how to use this principle with an unhandled horse.
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