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  • Problem Horses - Rears when Ridden

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    One of the many benefits of being a Parelli Member is the monthly Inside Access DVD and all episodes are archived in the Savvy Club! See part of what you're missing in this clip with Sean and his horse Buck. Sean’s 16 years old and a team roper who also gathers cattle on a ranch. Sean’s horse rears when ridden.

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  • Clinton Anderson: Handling a Rearing Horse - Downunder Horsemanship

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    Rearing is a very dangerous situation for both horse and rider. If left uncorrected, it is a problem that only gets worse. Subscribe to our channel Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains that the key to understanding how to fix your horse’s problem is to first understand that it’s just a symptom of a cause. A horse doesn’t rear for the fun of it; he rears because he falls into one of two categories.

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  • How To Fix Problem Horses That Buck & Rear - Dangerous Demonstration

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  • BUCKING AND REARING STOPS HERE!

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    Bucking and Rearing Stops here! Don’t miss out on this video to help you stop your horse from bucking and rearing!
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  • Clinton Anderson Presents: Change For A Bucking Problem

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    Clinton helps a woman work through a bucking problem.


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  • Clinton Anderson: How to Fix a Buddy-Sour Horse - Downunder Horsemanship

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    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to correct a horse that is buddy sour on the trail. Subscribe to our channel This lesson is an excerpt from Clinton's Fundamentals in Action on the Trail Series. Learn about the series at

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  • The Canter Transition: How to Fix a Horse that Rushes, Puts their Head up and Gets Tense!

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    The trot-canter transition is one of the most difficult transitions to master. The transition requires perfect preparation, balance, timing and feel to be executed seamlessly. Many of my students struggle with their horse coming above the bit, rushing, and getting tense in the canter transition. Here are some tips if you’re struggling with this transition:

    1. Preparation is everything! Before asking for the canter, make sure that the horse is in front of the leg, on the bit, and correctly positioned away from the inside leg and into the outside rein with flexion to the inside. If the preparation is not correct, wait, don’t ask for the transition until it is.

    2. Have the horse a little bit “extra round” before asking for the canter transition and prioritize keeping the horse round in the transition over making the transition happen the exact instant that you ask for it.

    3. Make sure that the horse is correctly bending and off of the inside leg and into the outside rein before asking for the transition.
    If the horse gets tense and starts to anticipate the canter transition, change directions, mix things up and wait for the horse to relax before asking for the canter transition.

    4. Make sure that you, the rider stay relaxed and breathing in the transition. If the horse is getting tense, it is like the rider is too!

  • Clinton Anderson Presents: Gun Shy

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    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson works with a frustrated horse owner to get the buck out of his horse. Subscribe to our channel

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  • WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOUR HORSE BUCKS IN TO CANTER? - Dressage Mastery TV Episode 207

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    Hey Dressage Superstar, I am going to answer the question - What do you do if your horse pigroots or does a little buck when you go into canter? A little pigroot into the canter is actually quite normal. Depending on how bad it gets, make it really hard to get their hind legs up - sit way back in the saddle!! This is also safer than leaning forward because you aren't going to get thrown off the horses back. The next step is to find out why the horse is pigrooting - is is pain, is it a resistance thing or something else? Does the horse pigroot at any other time? You need to teach the horse to engage his back into the transition - bucking disengages the back into the transition!!

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  • The one thing I do that helps the most horses

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    Teaching your horse how to learn is one of the most important things you can do when working with your horse. Sure, you can Do things with your horse, but why not Teach them along the way?

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  • Webinar: Recognising pain in our ridden horses and the impact of rider weight

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    Dr Sue Dyson talked to us about how to recognise pain in ridden horses. Sue shared with us some of her research that has looked at signs and behaviours horses display when they are experiencing pain, many of which can be very subtle.

    She also discussed the sensitive issue of the impact of rider size on equine performance. Sue explains the influence that riders can have on their horses and what we, as owners, can do to ensure we are able to assess and recognise signs of discomfort and pain as soon as possible.

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  • Do You Have A Dominant Horse?

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    Ryan demonstrates some corrections for a mustang that has started to become spatially dominant.

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  • Horses rearing/bolting when being put to carriage - after training.

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    This pair of Morgans were sent to us because they had reared and bolted twice while being put to at home and needed 4 people to get them put to the vehicle. We show their reaction to unexpected noise, being blindfolded, having the reins thrown over their backs, being pulled over by the traces, backing up into the pole/swingle trees and standing unattended. Although this is not the recommended way of putting a horse to a carriage, this shows the level of training we have done with them and how they behave while being put to now. They are put to by both male and female grooms, showing that they do not need anyone strong to hold onto them, or to stop them moving forwards. It also shows them standing still without a groom at their heads as the driver dismounts the carriage. We believe it is important to build these horses' confidence - seeing as this Morgan pair had had bad experiences prior to coming to us, we needed to show that as well as being put to properly in a calm quiet manner they will also cope with being put to when things go wrong or when they are put to in an unusual manner. It may not be how to put a horse to a carriage normally, but we need to recreate problems that can happen while putting to, to show that the horses are not afraid or upset by being harnessed up to the vehicle.

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  • Wild Horse Immediately Recognizes His Girlfriend After Years Apart | The Dodo Faith = Restored

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  • Clinton Anderson: Training a Rescue Horse, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

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  • What to do when riding a horse that gets out of control

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    This clip is from the retraining of an explosive 17.1 hand Andalusian. This is the start of the first ride after going through all the groundwork, and is posted here in response to the question What do you do on an out of control horse?

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  • Clinton Anderson: Working With Hot and Busy-Minded Horses - Downunder Horsemanship

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    There are some horses that are naturally really hot and nervous, and even after they’ve been taken through the Fundamentals groundwork and riding exercises and the foundation trail exercises, they still have a lingering desire to be in a hurry everywhere they go. Subscribe to our channel These horses require a little extra training and patience. Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains that the fix is not to force the horse to calm down and relax, but to turn your idea to slow down into the horse’s idea.

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  • HOW TO STOP A HORSE PULLING ON THE REINS ???? ????

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    In this video, I am covering how to stop a horse pulling on the reins. I am demonstrating this with Dallas, a horse who has an issue with this. At first, he was aggressively pulling the reins out of my hands. I worked with him for a few sessions and got him to a good place. I cover what I taught him and how you can teach this to your horse to stop them from pulling on the reins.
    I also discuss what you can do as the rider to stay safe when a horse is pulling on the reins. Feel free to leave a comment if you have questions ???? Hope this helps, and I'll talk to you in the next video!

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  • WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOUR HORSE REARS? - FearLESS Friday Episode 65

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  • How to Fix a Rearing Horse

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    This video shows Huck's second training session. He has a tendency to rear and pull away online when he's doing a circle or when he feels like it.

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  • How to fix a Rearing Horse

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  • Problem Solving With A Horse That Rears When Asked To Canter

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  • How to stop a horse rearing

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    There are so many crazy ideas on how to stop a horse rearing, and most of them only make things worse. Jamie and Gareth discuss some techniques that actually work, showing them on a horse that hasn't learned to rear first, then with a video on the techniques applied to a horse that is rearing.
    It is important to address the reasons a horse rears, before trying to address it.
    Horses usually rear when they want to go somewhere and are prevented from going, or if they don't want to go forward and are forced. They can also be confused by having contact introduced too early in their training, for example a rider driving them forward while pulling back on two reins, the horse will be getting confusing signals and may actually think a rear is the right answer.
    A horse should be able to walk, trot and canter on a loose rein and understand forward properly before contact is introduced.

  • What to do when your horse rears on the ground

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    Warwick explains what your horse is really doing when he rears up on the ground and why you shouldn't be afraid of it. Warwick has hundreds of full length training videos filmed with REAL horses, REAL people, REAL problems in REAL time. videos.warwickschiller.com

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  • A REARING HORSE || The training of Kaiser de Niro

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    Kaiser de Niro ???????? This beautiful horse came with me in training because he was very sensitive and he reared in the riding. In this video I want to show you some of the steps of our process and a few of my thoughts that I had during my trainings with him. He inspired me a lot and I like to share these thoughts and moments with you ???? Kaiser has done an amazing job and I am going to miss him a lot!

  • Horse Charges and Rears - Solving the Problem

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  • What to do When Your Horse Bucks, Bolts, or Rears?

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    Have you experienced that feeling? Right before your horse freaks out? You feel the energy rise in the horse, the horse crouches down and then BOOM!!!

    If you’ve ridden for any length of time, you have probably experienced the terror of your horse freaking out with you on their back and the sensation of being completely out of control! This is not a good situation to be in and it is important to have a plan and some tools that you can use to get control of the situation and prevent you and your horse from getting injured or scared.

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    Keep your hands down and lower your center of gravity - human nature makes everyone curl up into fetal position when we panic. When horses freak out, most riders tend to lean forward and raise their hands. This is exactly the opposite of what you want to do! Instead, keep your hands down, upper body back and think of lowering your center of gravity onto the horse.
    Implement a one-rein-stop. A one rein stop, or disengaging the hind quarters, is the best way to reagin control of your horse. Whether the horse is bolting, bucking, or rearing, a one rein stop will channel the energy of the horse into a circle with bend. It is very important to practice a one-rein stop before you need to use it in an emergency to make sure that you and your horse know how to do it!
    “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” - The best solution is to avoid the bucking, rearing, and bolting situation and prevent if from happening in the first place. If you feel that your horse is fresh or thinking if misbehaving, get busy with bending, serpentines, circles, and channel your horses’ energy towards productive work!

  • How to stop a horse from rearing

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  • Fixing A Rearing Eventing Mare Part 1

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    In this episode, Warwick explores the principle of Work With The Horse You Have Today, going further into the human aspect of training by expounding on American philosopher Wayne Dyer's quote When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. The horse featured in this episode is an imported Oldenburg eventing mare that has chronic stopping, rearing, and spinning away from jumps issues, as well as spooking issues. Warwick shows how he looks at the problem as valuable information about how the mare is feeling and listens to what the mare has to say in order to help her through her issues.

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  • Working with a dangerous rearing up horse - Marley Day#2

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    Marley gets a bit worse in today's session. This is a very dangerous horse who was taught by its previous owners to rear up and buck in order to get out of work. This may have worked for him in the past and now we are working with this horse to make him safer for himself and for those around him.

  • Finding and Correcting The Root Cause Of Horse Rearing and Bucking, Mike Hughes Auburn Ca.

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    You can only solve behavior issues after finding the root cause of the issues. In this video I will go over the root cause of the rearing and bucking. This is a preview to the full video. The full video is on my members page at Each video on my members page is in full with step by step easy to follow method. Once you do become a member also join my group page on facebook where you can post your videos with your horse. pictures, and ask questions so I can help you more. Thank You Mike

  • How to Fix Horse Rearing and Bolting with Pat Parelli

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    In this clip from the problem horse session in our July 2014 Parelli Inside Access Savvy Club DVD, Pat Parelli helps a 16-year-old cowboy with his horse's tendency to run off and rear when ridden. There are some great tips in here on gaining control of your horse's feet as well as his mind and emotions. Watch the full Inside Access DVD, including problem horse, lesson with Linda Parelli, Horsenality Q&A and more on our membership site, Membership starts at just $9.95/month, so sign up today to get started!

  • Rearing Horse Problem or People Dont Know They Are Teaching The Horse To Rear

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    Slow way is fast way with horse. If you rush training you get a confused, scared, frustrated horse.

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  • HOW TO BRIDLE A DIFFICULT HORSE ????

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    Today I am talking about how to bridle a difficult horse. This video shows the steps I take and you get to see the before and the after. I hope this provides some tips if you currently struggling with how to bridle a difficult horse. Remember patience is key here and some horses learn faster than others :)

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  • Horse Rears And Charges Trainer

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    This is a video I remade again, I had to make it private for awhile. This time I put the end part first and the rearing part later, as when I put the video as it happens people trash me horribly and won't watch the entire thing, and see the good ending.They send me nasty threats. Not just kids but adults too.

  • Natural Horsemanship: How to reeducate a rearing horse?

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    This short video shows the work Vertige and I did in order to get rid of this bad rearing habit.


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  • Helping an Anxious Horse While Riding in a Busy Arena

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    Working with a participant at a horse expo in The Netherlands, Warwick shows how to get her horse to relax while riding in a busy environment.

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  • Going For a Walk With a Nervous or Distracted Horse

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    This is part 2 of a series of videos where I take our four year old registered quarter horse, Macaroni, out for a walk at a local park with the goal of getting him used to water. In this video, we have left the trailer and are on the way to the water.

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    When leading a horse, safety is number one priority. Leading a horse that is distracted or nervous and in turn not paying attention to you, can be very dangerous. It's important that they listen, pay attention and go where and when you want them to. This takes practice though.

    This kind of exercise should only be done once you have confidence you can lead your horse in any direction in a calm and quiet environment. Somewhere that the horse feels comfort and security so that you have the best opportunity to keep their attention. Once that is good, it's time to move on to other places that they may not be used to.

    In this case, it was a local park as he has never been in running water before and it seemed like a great day to go do it. Summer is obviously the best time as you're going to get wet too! Anyways, I hope this video is useful and interesting.

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  • Horse habits that lead to disrespect

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  • Discipline and horses - breaking spirit vs teaching manners. Naughty horse or poor handling?

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    This is Tamme in a stable in our yard - he was already broken prior to coming to us and had been doing commercial work, both with his current owner and with his previous owners. Here we explain about his attitude - he turns his quarters towards you on entering the stable (he did this with his owner prior to coming here; in order to catch him she would tempt him to the door with some feed). In our opinion this horse was not suitable for commercial work due to his behaviour - if a member of the public approached him from behind, he could kick. This gelding thinks he is in charge of the handler and this is highly dangerous, especially for horses that are working with the (generally non-horsey) public.
    There is a big difference between disciplining a horse and breaking a horse's spirit. Lots of people think horses are only well-mannered because their spirits have been broken and they are afraid to misbehave - this is not true. Horses we train are not frightened of us and they have not had their spirits broken, but they are well-trained, well-mannered, and they trust and respect the handler; this makes them safe, confident and happy in harness. Many people put up with bad behaviour or bad manners and say That's just his nature when it is actually poor training/handling. Just because a horse is well-trained doesn't mean it has had its spirit broken. Exchanging one fear for another is no good - i.e hitting a horse with a whip to get it to go past a noisy lorry - the horse won't trust you and will let you down one day. We train horses to have confidence in themselves and confidence in their driver; even if they are faced with a scary situation they haven't encountered, they will trust the driver to keep them safe and listen to instructions. Although its a partnership between horse and man, man must be in charge. After all, the driver tells the horse what side of the road to stay on and when to stand still at junctions etc; if we expect our horses to obey us without question in those circumstances, we should also expect them to do as they are told on the ground. You wouldn't go out for a drive with no reins and let your horse choose where he wants to go, and at what speed; the horse must therefore respect and obey the driver if they are to be safe in harness. In turn, the driver must keep the horse safe and be a positive trustworthy influence in his life. This is why we can drive young, newly-broken horses in potentially frightening environments in soft rubber bits. Our horses are also kept full of food and fit for the work they do; if they will behave when fresh out the stable on plenty of feed then we know we have done our job and they will be safe when they go home.
    Lots of horse problems are caused by incompetent handling/bad training; this can lead to the horse being labelled as bad when it is actually the people who have caused the issue; rather than admit their own shortcomings, they then blame the horse for being difficult. We believe it is better to be blunt and speak the truth for the horse's sake, rather than try not to offend people.
    This is the same horse that swishes his tail when touched with the whip in the other film. We don't know who trained him originally, but he has been allowed to behave like this. He has been sent to us so we could put him as a pair with Syb (the friesian from Holland) - he was only with us for 2 weeks and in our opinion, although the owner knew he had this attitude, in our opinion he would benefit from further training as he is currently not suitable for the job. He could kick a groom or handler, an unsuspecting member of the public or a customer at a wedding. He would also barge forwards - for example when unloading him off the lorry or leading him out the stable.
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  • A story about a horse that rears when asked to turn left

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    At Equidays Saturday night show in New Zealand, Warwick tells a story about Chuy revisiting his home town and fixing a horse's rearing problem. The town was amazed!

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  • How to Ride the Canter - Skeleton Demonstration!

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    To clear up the canter confusion, in this week’s video I am here with Wendy Murdoch and Elmer the skeleton, to explain what our body needs to do at canter, how we can easily go with the horse’s movement, and why some things riders do makes them unstable and could even hurt the horse.

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  • Dangerous Horse Being Lunged - Review of Dangerous Rearing Horses & Causes

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    I critique two videos were sent to me with questions. The first is about lunging a dangerous horse and the second is talking about rearing horses, what causes rearing and how to stop it.

    This video is being used under the Fair Use Act for Education and Critique Purposes

    When you use pain to train a horse you force the horse to fight back or react to pain or avoidance of pain. If you hit a horse in the butt with a whip and pull back on the reins with a pain bit - the horse can't go forward from bit pain and is getting pain from behind with a whip -IT WILL GO UP.

    I DO NOT LIKE OR RECOMMEND RIDING WITH WHIPS, BITS, SPURS OR CHAINS.


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  • How to Stay on when your horse Freaks out!

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  • How To Get A Horse To Stop Rearing

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    Do you want to know how to stop your horse from rearing? Not only is rearing a bad habit, it's dangerous! Don't wait to get horse through this scary reaction.

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  • Horse bolting, bucking, rearing, leaping

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    Since this video is generating a lot of interest...Watch the long version now posted to get a better idea of how the plastic ride was going before the flip out!

  • Horse Rears and Kicking

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    Chazot in his previous state of mind...I had the fortune to ride and train world class horses in three day event and jumping. Superior athletes all come with difficulties and very high spirit. They must have a lot of guts to pull a rider out of a triple Grand Prix combination or a difficult question in thee day event. Before been properly guided, their spirit might be difficult to deal with as is Chazot's spirit. Each great horse needs a rider willing to deal with the horse's spirit, or difficult morphology, or bad memories. When Margit Otto Crepin purchased Corlandus, all top dressage riders knew about Corlandus' outstanding potential. Margit was the only one who has the gut to deal with his spirit and the intelligence to adjust her training approach to the horse's complicated morphology. He had sickle hocks. They won the silver medal at the 1988 Seoul Dressage Olympics. Jean Luc Cornille

  • Very Pushy Fjord Stud Colt

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    I decided to film this lesson at the last minute of Rachel and her 1 1/2 yr old fjord stud colt. He was very pushy and mouthy on the ground. This is how it went

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  • How to stay on a rearing horse. Crazy horse!

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    This horse has a rearing problem. Even at a walk with a lead rope his owners said he would rear up. He rears whenever being loaded into a trailer. We've had him in a snaffle, he rears. We've had him in a western port, he rears. We use tie downs, he rears. We kept working with him and didn't give up. Tim never came off and didn't quit. We got him to a point where he walks nicely without rearing. Patience makes perfect.
    Tim Campbell is a certified Mustang TIP Trainer. Working with All Horses Trained and offering solid horse training for all breeds including green broke, and re-train horses. Tim’s main focus is teaching horses to be calm on trail. He also works with problem horses to work through their behaviors making them safer for their owners. Give us a call to see how we can help you and your horse! We are located in Southern California. Visit us at 

  • Horse Rearing Extreme

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    Extreme horse rearing, the horse Chazot had unknown to us was developing an abscess which was found next day....his rear came from pain...

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