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Thanks to Dan Steers from Double Dan Horsemanship!

Thanks to Dan Steers from Double Dan Horsemanship!

Tom Dorrance

"The horse knows where the person is all the time. Now we are trying to help the person know where the horse is all the time. The horse knows where the person is; the person needs to learn to catch-up with the horse on that.

It is all about communication

When someone automatically ups the ammo in order to get their horse to comply, I immediately discredit their knowledge & skill. Thank you, Ray Hunt, for confirming my thoughts.

Whatever you make easy for the horse, that’s what he’s going to get good at.

Getting bucked off was the scariest thing but I was forced (kind of) to get back on.

Tom Dorrance. Horse trainer.-- and this happened to me. Seemed all was lost with this jerk of a horse when he surrendered and became a pussycat.

-- and this happened to me. Seemed all was lost with this jerk of a horse when he surrendered and became a pussycat.

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