Whether its a frosty spring or fall morning, your horse has had some time off, or you are going to get on a horse you aren’t familiar with, you might want to check him out to make sure he’s going to be OK before you get on. Martin Black demonstrates how you can make sure your horse can disengage with forward motion on the ground, and in the saddle. He also discusses how to help the horse get in to a learning frame of mind.
The original length of this clip is 16 minutes 32 seconds
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