How To Train A Horse To Neck Rein – Gently – My Inspired Media

How to train a horse to neck reinHow To Train A Horse To Neck Rein – Gently – My Inspired Media.

How to train a horse to neck rein

Have you ever ridden different horses and notice how they respond to
the neck reining you do.  Some respond immediately and others take their
dear sweet time.  How to train a horse to neck rein, in this video, is the way
I learned which doesn’t out much pressure on the horse.
Instinctively they will start to react to the pressure of the
reins.

How to train a horse to neck rein

I
had an uncle who performed back in the 1930’s in South Dakota on a
trick horse.  I believe the horse’s name was Spot.  He
was a stallion.  The horse never had a bridle on it in any of
the performances.  The horse followed verbal and pressure
commands only during their trick riding routine.

My
point about my uncle was that he knew how to train
a horse to neck rein
 without
the reins.  This video basically trains a horse how to neck
rein without putting pressure on them from a bridle.  Keep in
mind that a horse will do the same as a human.  They need to
be trained over a period of time just like a human needs to repeat
something over 21 days before it becomes a habit.  I am not
saying a horse will learn in 21 days, but with consistent effort
every day they may.  This video of how to train a
horse to neck rein
 makes
it easy on the horse to learn with no pain for the horse.  I
would suggest you also watch the video I made on “How to teach a
horse to stop”.

Here
is one for you.  Is it better to pull up on the reins when a
horse trips or not do anything?

As it was told to my father when he was in Wyoming in 1919.  If
you think you are helping a horse by pulling up on the reins when
he trips, then tie a rope to a chair, sit on it, and try pulling
yourself off the ground with the rope.  If anything, push
down on the neck of a horse that trips.

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