Home HG Volume 05 HG Issue 18 - Spring 2014 Changing Directions with Paul Dietz

Changing Directions with Paul Dietz

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Excerpt from Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 18

Working in a circle, Paul Dietz demonstrates how he would prepare a horse to change direction. A simple exercise that can help keep your horse with you mentally, and prepared physically for what you are asking him to do. Paul is riding a colt but the same procedure is relevant for older horses as well.

 The original length of this lesson is 5 minutes 50 seconds



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