Watch as a seasoned horseback rider demonstrates how to free lunge a horse at a trot in this free online video about horseback riding. Expert: Kelli LaBar Bi…
ok,well, when i do this…i dont need to move around nearly as much,and i
stay a bit behind,cause my horse is lazy during this…i dont like her…i
think the other people are way better
well in my opening this isn’t free lunging she has a round pen….still not
the horse’s choice to be there.
haha did anyone notice that the horse is limping so it’s probably lame XD
Thanks. I will give it a try!
When I want my horse to trot, she never does, does anyone have any tips or
a vid or something? Sometimes she doesn’t want to trot…Oh well.
Half of view to watch the horse is cut off so how do you so what the body
language of the horse is.
In my lessons, when we want the horse to trot, we swing the whip in a small
circle, so it slaps against the ground. And if they don’t respond the first
time, swing it harder against the ground until they do. You can also try
making a clicking sound with your mouth. Give it a shot, I hope it works
for you and your horse!
Here is my bigest problem. If the horse is doing what you want you’re more
so chasing her than lunging her her head isn’t into you her body is formed
to yours. You’re just chasing around a round pen.
Ugh…she’s no expert. I would rather watch Pat Parelli than this knuckle
This girl has 183,713 videos?! O.O
KNUCKLE HEAD, LOL. I reckon. Pat Parelli ftw.
@OnCloudNine44 it a tutorial channel lol its like a company.
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