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I would be interested in seeing a video or a demonstration. It sounds interesting


Great Post. I can't wait to try it on my mare. I agree with bamah, I think a video of this would be great. You can upload it to youtube. I wrote an article about this post if you want to check it out > http://www.horseapproved.com


Thanks for writing about this mona! I can't wait to hear how it goes with your mare.

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This method has striking similiarites to Monty Roberts join up. Although Monte would 'push' the horse forward using a long soft line.

Because I have done something similar to this with many horses, for those who do not have a round pen, this can be tricky in an arena. Gates and corners can cause them to change direction. Stepping in front of that shoulder line can also cause that, it definately take practice! I worked on this with my settled and trained horse first before moving on to youngsters.

Besides the horse/relationship aspect, people are sure impressed when your horse will follow you around! :)


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