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By Charles Wilhelm

True horsemanship education is ready humans first.
--Charles Wilhelm

Charles Wilhelm's final origin education has remodeled millions of horses into extra responsive, mannerly partners. during this booklet, Wilhelm trains you to exploit his attempted and actual ideas in education your horse. move contained in the horse's brain to work out how he thinks and learns, so that you can speak in a language your horse knows. notice why and the way beginning education works. Wilhelm's uniquely winning tools can help you construct a courting that is extra worthwhile for either you and your horse--one that lasts a lifetime.
* become aware of why operating together with your horse will be fun--and why you need to cease if it isn't
* discover ways to establish your horse's emotional point and character type
* discover the 10 secrets and techniques your horse needs he might inform you
* comprehend why consistency is key in constructing wanted behavior
* speak together with your horse utilizing the right mix of strain and unencumber, endurance, patience, and conscientious follow-through
* realize why it truly is by no means, ever the horse's fault

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And just continues to soften. The horse is now yielding as soon as Charles picks up the weight of the rein. In about an hour, the horse is relaxed, attentive, and responsive under saddle. 16 Understanding the Horse 17 and give us the chance to assess if the horse is mentally ready to ride. If not, we can do more groundwork, which gives us 70 to 80 percent carryover into the saddle. This means the physical, mental, and emotional aspects we have been tuning from the ground use very similar cues to what we want to be doing under saddle.

I simply do not give up and neither must you. 6. Use pressure judiciously. You must truly understand the use of pressure— how much to use and what the different forms of pressure can take. For example, pressure can be direct physical contact, like a halter, lead line, or tapping with a crop on the hip; or it can be indirect contact like waving a hand in the air or swinging a rope. Your job is to understand the least form of pressure you can apply to your horse that still makes her react. 7. Release appropriately.

30 Building Your Dream Horse 10. Have fun! Make sure you are having fun as you work with your horse. It’s true that in the beginning, it is a lot of work. But as you both progress, it should become very enjoyable as you develop that partnership, and your horse really respects you, wants to be with you, and displays a real willingness to please. Let me end here by sharing a story with you about a lesson I learned that illustrates some of the principles discussed in this chapter. Some years ago I worked with a gray mare named Zodi.

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