How to Train Your Horse to Lunge on a Line : Supplies Needed for Lunging a Horse on a Line

Watch as a seasoned horseback rider explains the supplies you will need to lunge your horse on a line in this free online video about horseback riding. Exper…

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32 Responses

  1. hunterjumper21
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    colby ur great, trainer your not!

  2. NamihaTaiga
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    jeez ppl dont be such hard asses D:<

  3. neoncatty
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    will everyone just shut the fck up?
    she knows what she’s doing!
    everyone is just targeting her because it’s a trend.
    all of her videos are really helpful for beginners.
    

  4. hyperfocus2011
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    well i guess if we are lungeing we know what a halter is…

  5. chloeponylover burdett
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    were is the stable in is it in london ?

  6. pinnywinny15
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    Because chains control the horse. When I DONT use a chain on my horse she misbehaves. 

  7. Mombeingsilly
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    and why would you want one with a chain!!! gosh!

  8. Mombeingsilly
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    DUDE! i was so going to put the same thing! loll! she obviously knows nothing about horses! or she would know that rope halters are best lol

  9. CodeNameStarKiller
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    She forgot about rope halters… nice expert

  10. tuyry1
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    or just buy a proper fitting halter?

  11. tuyry1
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    bridle, saddle, and side reins! except when my horse is coming off an injury or off a break. then i use a halter but he is only trotting not cantering. and i dont use a whip either. but i try to not use a halter. it doesnt teach them anything or help build muscel

  12. tuyry1
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    not nessicarilly. some people do. when i do the odd lunging i use a bridle and saddle and side reins. except for when my horse is coming off an injury or something ill just use a halter. its safe as long as the halter fits right. i dont even use a lunge whip either

  13. tmustang94
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    apparently she needs to wacth her own vid on how to stop a horse…

  14. tmustang94
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    i was hopin wen she picked up the whip the horse would take off… dreams die..

  15. MyPonyHeartsMe101
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    I love how to the horse is just like, “Um, why am I here-Oooo! There is something pretty!”

  16. DustyAndBuddies
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    what a gorgeous horse. <3

  17. Delkolovr2
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    Uh no?what if shes busy that day and she cant get out to ride her horses for an hour?

  18. britarthc
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    expert village sucks…this girl should actually teach you things.

  19. xelusivebutterflyx
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    you can lunge your horse just fine with just a halter, now i know my horse when we lunge without a saddle she gets silly and bucks and kicks a lot. when i lunge with all the riding equipment she takes it very seriously.. but that’s my horse

  20. lilsxckatiie
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    im fkn sick of the expert village videos there crap half of them dont no wat there talking about seriously !!!

  21. Barrels4Me
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    I notice ALOT of the expert village ones are pretty unprofessional ( in speaking ) they may be good at what they do but they sure dont kow how to explain it.. maybe follow a script? LOL

  22. adreamhorse
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    that could be it…

  23. xxbbykxx
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    d -ring?

  24. Anna Schiffer
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    why not use a cavesson and save your horses eye poked out when the halter moves up? thats what the cavesson is for anyways and much more proper and cheep too

  25. GoldenTicket56
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    I agree with thundersrose….

  26. taradaktyl
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    lol why are horse people always such know-it-alls

  27. PirateKitties94
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    Shes always lungeing her horse for exercise, has she heard of getting on the damn horse? Surely its not safe to lunge a horse in just a halter? Shouldn’t you have alot more gear than that???

  28. adreamhorse
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    when i used to lunge, i always put the chain of the lunge line thourgh the buckle on the side im on then clip it to the opposite buckle (sorry not sure what to call them)that kept the halter out fo the mares eye

  29. WindWolfProductions
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    I clip the lead line uner her chin. It makes it easier for both me and my horse to change direction.

  30. plottluvr07
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    Well I’ve lunged in a halter, bridle and a cavesson. I don’t recommend clipping the lunge line to the chin ring…it should clip on the cheek ring but again…its up to the person doing the lunging. Personally..I prefer free lunging in a round pen if its just for some exercise and I’m not going to ride. If its a training session then I’ll work with two lines depending on what my goal is.

  31. chiburui6
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    I have longed in halters, bridals and just in a pen.
    Doing the job proper with the right tools will ensure a better chance of success.

  32. Madeline Puttock
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    rope halter?
    dont need a whip?
    dont always for exersices?
    just a lead rope?
    more control?

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