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20 Way NOT To Confuse Your Horse

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People do many unintentional things to confuse their horses. Here are some tips not to!

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Be the leader Report Abuse
Horses love order; they want to know where they stand in the herd. Be the leader, or your horse will take over that role.
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Don't progress to a faster gait until you've mastered the slower gait Report Abuse
Have the walk down pat? Now it's time to move to the trot? Have the trot down pat, at all speeds? Then is the time to move to the canter.
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Always be in control Report Abuse
Ride where you can, not where you can't
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Keep it interesting Report Abuse
Don't bore the horse, change it up
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Don't blame the horse for its lack of attention Report Abuse
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Know where you're going and how you're going to get there Report Abuse
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Always have a plan Report Abuse
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Give precise cues Report Abuse
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Operate with "do" cues Report Abuse
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Don't blame the horse Report Abuse
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Be pro-active Report Abuse
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Don't assume the cue is the reason the horse obeys Report Abuse
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Don't teach the horse to death, give him a break Report Abuse
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Try not to reverse the cues Report Abuse
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Never scold or punish the horse Report Abuse
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Never choose the wrong time to teach a lesson Report Abuse
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Never be in a hurry Report Abuse
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Do not change your cues mid-lesson Report Abuse
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Have Fun! Report Abuse
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Know your horse Report Abuse
Be able to tell when your horse is confused and work on making your point in a clear way for your horse
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