Make The Wrong Thing Hard | 2
The Principles Of Training • 21m
Warwick revisits Making the Wrong Thing Hard and the Right Thing Easy by demonstrating many examples of it, from the simple act of standing with your horse to picking up feet, when a horse spooks at something, jumping and trailer loading.
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Don't Go To Bed Angry |1
This principle explains how the old saying of Don’t Go To Bed Angry applies to horse training. When your horse is no longer relaxed, you need to get him relaxed again before proceeding. (Like a married couple, if anything has built up during the day, get rid of it before you go to bed.)
Don't Go To Bed Angry | 2
Warwick takes a deeper dive into the principle of Don’t Go To Bed Angry and shows you the practical tools that he uses to create relaxation and responsiveness both on the ground and under saddle.
Do The Opposite | 1
Warwick describes the principle of Do The Opposite in order to get your horse mentally and physically balanced so that you are working with or riding a relaxed, safe and confident horse.