Repositioning Lesson

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True Horsemanship - Re-Positioning  with your horse as a basic lesson to follow up
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We start our training with a Re-Positioning lesson. This builds a base of trust for any training. True Horsemanship is a key point to successful train a horse for any discipline.
This step is one of our most important lessons to build trust and relationship on a Leader-Follower Base. Leading a horse does not mean to use a halter or lead rope.  The horse need to partner up with you as the leader, all-time leader!
A living body language and a good timing gives your horse the chance to see and"read" what is in your mind.


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