Beginning to Train Your Horse to Neck Rein

I’m on Roy, a 28 year old former roping horse, now a kids horse for the most part, and trying to answer two questions, one about if a 19 year old horse is to…

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  1. xxibitsuxx
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    Late twenties to early thirties is generally a pretty good estimate as to how long a horse typically lives. A lot of this depends on the type of care the horse has received, as well as any health issues they may have. Again, it’s only an average. Some horses die younger, others live well into their forties, or occasionally longer. At the stable I work at, we have horses that are 25-29 and still going out on trail rides.

  2. scorpionsfatality
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    my Leopard appaloosa Shekinah is half-blind and has been neck reigned but he actually forgot how to NR, i’m going to try and help him remember he’s turning 21 this year which scares me if anyone could please answer me: how old do horses usually live for? I’ve been told a million different answers! the oldest horse I know is 30 but I think she died :( please help my confusion and I love your horse he’s gorgeous~stephanie

  3. jerry ntepp
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    Same!!! except i have a 7 year old quarter horse, Andalusian! Im 13 :)

  4. Louise Bird
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    Thank you, I’m teaching my 3 year old filly to neck rein, I applied to much presure to the indirect rein today and wondered why she was confused and starting to back up. Thanks for your tips will keep it loose from now on. :)
    Cheers Lou

  5. CMTakeuchiVenegas
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    This is so great! I’ve been working with my mom’s 12 year old TB and he’s so smart that he gets bored so easy. Due to tack problems, he was on horsey-vacation for a while and now that he’s got his own tack that fits I’m working on building his muscles back up and I want to keep his smart brain busy. His papers said he neck reined, but either I must be doing something wrong or he forgot because nothing is happening.

    This video helped a Lot. New Project from scratch!! WOO!! Can’t Wait!

  6. Belinda Hainge
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    should take 3 days to teach your horse to neck rein well, if it takes more than that your doing something wrong :)

  7. horseluvr63
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    i have a 7 year old thouroughbred and i need to use one hand in 4-H next summer and i need to know if you know how long this will take. im not being pushy i just need to know so i dont get yelled at by the fair people lol

  8. Meg7181
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    Good video, great tips!

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