Home HG Volume 05 HG Issue 17 - Winter 2013 Getting A Horse to Move Out a Little Better with Paul Dietz

Getting A Horse to Move Out a Little Better with Paul Dietz


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 17

Struggling with getting your horse to move out with both life and softness? Riding a green horse, Paul offers some solid strategies to build the responsiveness to your leg so that your horse chooses to move out from just an “opening of the door” to move forward.

 The original length of this lesson is 10 minutes 45 seconds

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