Getting ready to ride a young or unknown horse can be a frightful proposition for many of us. Alice Trindle demonstrates how she would use the tools of a round pen, lariat rope, saddle horn and more to evaluate a horse before riding. Guiding you to be able to see troubled spots and how you might address them before swinging a leg over.
The original length of this clip is 30 minutes 6 seconds
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