Horse Training : How to Train a Horse With Ground Work

When training a horse with ground work, remember that horses are big and they need to stay out of your space. Teach your horse to walk behind you under a saddle and bridle with help from a horseback riding instructor in this free video on horse training.

Expert: Teri Carter
Bio: Teri Carter is an horseback riding instructor at Saddlebrook Stables in Castle Hayne, North Carolina.
Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

Series Description: A well-trained horse will be able to stop, walk, jump and respond to your commands. Train your horse to accept your commands with help from a horseback riding instructor in this free video series on horse training.

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4 Responses

  1. skilletrockgirl
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    i agree. they should be beside you.

  2. Barrelracing318
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    I agree I always learned to walk at their head/shoulder area. Walking in front of them is dangerous. If they were to spook and bolt forward she's toast. The lady is the most unenthusiastic info-video spokes person ever as well.

  3. chedog08
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    shes scared of the horses.

  4. HyperShame
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    noooo, you should walk at their front legs, not in front! noooooooooooooo!

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