Home HG Volume 09 HG Issue 34 – Spring 2018 Re-Schooling A Troubled Horse with Jim Hicks

Re-Schooling A Troubled Horse with Jim Hicks

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Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 34

Sometimes a horse can get quite a ways along but still have some missing pieces in their foundation. In this segment Jim Hicks rides such a horse and though the troubled spots are not immediately apparent in the beginning of the ride, when they do present themselves you can see how Jim addresses them. A great way to get some ideas on checking out any horse’s foundation and presenting strategies on how to approach a horse that needs some re-schooling.

The original length of this clip is 1 hour 2 minutes 51 seconds





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