Choose Where You Work and Rest | 1
The Principles Of Training • 19m
This principle is one of the foundations of Warwick’s training process. A horse is always looking for the place that they feel most comfortable. They have an uncanny ability to remember where they get rest and where they work. In this episode, Warwick will illustrate a typical dressage lesson and explain what is really going on. He will also touch on Jumping, trail riding, barrel racing and reining.
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