How to teach a horse to FOLLOW you

Why start complicated? Just grab a carrot, show it to your horse and walk away. He normally should follow – if not, try to do it in a sandy paddock where no …

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  1. Talia DaGreat
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    your horse shouldn’t follow you just for the treats.She should follow
    because she respects you. Obviously your horse follows for the treats not
    that he has respect to follow you. 

  2. horse fan
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    I love your horse, it is AMAZING!

  3. Marenlene
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    carrot 🙂

  4. Marenlene
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    thank you very much, always great to get nice comments 😀

  5. Tom Troup
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    Please tell me what breed of horse yours is it’s beautiful

  6. Nobbi Bobbi
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    Oh I love your horse he loves carrots! So sweet you make a very good job
    with your horse and he loves that!!

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    tehehe … so funny. I guess food is a great motivator hey?

  8. Marenlene
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    Thanks for your nice comment! And good luck with your horse, it sounds as
    if you came a long way together. My young mare was the same, always showing
    me her bum and also kicking a few times. It took me a while to sort that
    out and now she is just sweet and friendly. I think with love and patience
    you can do magic with horses 🙂 Good on you to train your colt
    successfully, have fun and if you post a video of him, let me know and I
    will watch.

  9. Marenlene
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    Hahaha…yeah, he is like that….loves to show off 🙂

  10. Haley I
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    You’re so pretty! And I’m so embarrassed that I didn’t think of just using
    a treat to teach my horse to follow me! hahaha OBVIOUS!

  11. Marenlene
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    Always! Food, love, patience, cuddles!

  12. Marenlene
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    Hi, I have uploaded two videos with dancing with my horse, did you already
    see them? You find them in my channel

  13. dxtf1984
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    10/10 thanks have u any new tricks dancing with horse

  14. SakuraKawaiiC
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    not saying to be mean but you should really teach your horse to walk behind
    you, like not passing you or pushing you away, he will see you as his
    leader and respect you more xx

  15. Marenlene
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    Thanks so much for the nice comment 🙂 And good luck with training your
    horse!

  16. bordercolliemuffin
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    thx for making ur videos there realy helpful im going to get a friesian and
    i was looking for cool tricks to teach him so we can bond and show off 😀

  17. leah banister
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    I LOVE YOUR STYLE! I AM TRAINING A 9 MONTH OLD COLT. HE WAS BEING DIFFICULT
    TO CATCH, AND WHEN I GOT CLOSE HE WAS TURNINIG HIS BUM TO ME. TODAY POCKET
    FULL OF CARROTS TOTTALTY DIFFERENT. WE WHERE ABLE TO COVER SO MUCH MORE
    BECAUSE HE WAS READYTO WORK. SO I CHECK YOUR SITE FOR NEW IDEASEVERY
    NITE.THANKS FOR YOUR LOVE AND DEDICATION.

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    Did u mention food?

  19. Spongeywuv
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    Your Horse is sooooo amazing! I love his coat and he is obviously very well
    trained and I can see that he wants to please you. Thankyou for posting
    this video I have been trying make my horsey follow me around. 🙂

  20. Haley I
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    Haha also I love how you pull out the carrot and he’s like “BOW? PAW? HEAD
    UP? LOOK, I CAN SPREAD OUT! WHAT DO I DO TO GET THE CARROT?”

  21. rattielover13
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    what is on his part are they all was like that?

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