Home HG Volume 08 HG Issue 29 – Winter 2016 Teaching Turnarounds – Beginning and More Advanced with Bryan Neubert

Teaching Turnarounds – Beginning and More Advanced with Bryan Neubert


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 29

A turnaround is a basic maneuver that we can introduce at any stage in a horse’s development. Bryan demonstrates how he would start this maneuver with a horse with only a handful of rides; his approach, his expectations and how a what he would settle for. Then on a horse with a bit more experience he shows the same, so you can get a sense of how a horse might progress.

The original length of this clip is 25 minutes 43 seconds

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