Long, straight lines going up a gradual slope, interspersed with some steeper grades, will work wonders for strengthening a horse’s haunches and creating a more uphill balance.

Long, straight lines going up a gradual slope, interspersed with some steeper grades, will work wonders for strengthening a horse’s haunches and creating a more uphill balance.

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Teach a Horse to Bow

Training your horse to respond to these cues in-hand will prepare her for under saddle work making the transition from ground to saddle seamless. This training tip and more on Noble Life!

Training your horse to respond to these cues in-hand will prepare her for under saddle work making the transition from ground to saddle seamless. This training tip and more on Noble Life!

Training Tip: Safely Introduce Your Horse To Trail Riding: Common Mistakes To Avoid The more you pull back on two reins and say, "Don't worry, Precious," the more worried your horse is going to get because he feels trapped and claustrophobic. Put him on a loose rein and get his feet moving. Give him a job to do.

Training Tip: Safely Introduce Your Horse To Trail Riding: Common Mistakes To Avoid The more you pull back on two reins and say, "Don't worry, Precious," the more worried your horse is going to get because he feels trapped and claustrophobic. Put him on a loose rein and get his feet moving. Give him a job to do.

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