Groundwork can be a powerful tool to prepare a horse to be ridden. Too often the things we do on the ground might not directly connect to what we are going to do when we ride; or we don’t really understand how they connect. Jeff O’Haco helps us make those connections as we watch him work a young horse on the ground before a ride.
The original length of this clip is 35 minutes 42 seconds
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