Application Of Your Aids
The Principles Of Training • 21m
Otherwise known as order of cues, this principle is very important in teaching a horse how to respond to subtlety. This is about teaching your horse something as opposed to just getting them to do something. If you are ever in doubt about the application of aids, just think about how a horse would respond to another horse. There are many examples illustrated in this episode.
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