How To Stop A Strong Horse Without Pulling The Reins – Dressage Mastery TV Ep 151

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Welcome to this weeks lesson! Today Natasha answers a question from a member on how to slow down or stop your horse without pulling on the reins.

You’ll love all the learnings from this video. It’s a great lesson!

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10 Responses

  1. mooistliefste
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    I’ve been struggling with this for a bit, but recently I really wanted to fix the problem. I have a very light hand, and ride a stubborn Haflinger. One time, when trying to stop, he didn’t react to my seat at all, so unfortunately, I did have to pull the reins quite harshly, and honestly I cried at home from feeling so bad.

    It honestly makes me wanna ride bitless because I dont want to rip his face off, but I’m nowhere near experienced enough to even consider it. If anyone knows any exercises that would help, please let me know. I’m ashamed to say that I’m scared of getting back in the saddle

  2. l clarke
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    Do you ever come to Canada and give clinics? I just had some lessons with some Aussies at a huge Working Equitation clinic and they were great!

  3. Koiffee Draws
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    Do you guys have any tips for keeping a horse from pulling me forward? The horse I ride tends to yank the reins forward and I tend to lean forward or lose grip on my reins. I’ve tried to stop it but I don’t exactly succeed and it’s very embarrassing

  4. Ashley Megrath
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    what breed is ollie? i was thinking freisian but would love to know if im right or not. also thank you for your awesome videos!

  5. Ariel Hernandez
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    Omg thank you so much for teaching me how to control my strong horse without pulling the reins my horse is really big and strong my dad teaches me but I still get confused when I go ride again my dad will be really proud on how I did thanks to you😊😊😊😊🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎😊

  6. sarah jane wilkinson
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    I'm riding also another horse he's strong and I was to strong back. I need to relax. Thanks for your video xx

  7. Kirsten Rogers
    | Reply

    Super helpful thank you!

  8. Horselover 49
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    He’s so cute! I love him!!!!!!!!🥺🥺🥺💔💔❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😍😍😍🥰🥰🥰😘😘😘😘🙂🙂😇😇😍😍😍🥰😳😳♥️♥️😘😘🥰🥰💙💙💙😄😄

  9. Kisha and Misty
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    Is it just me or do I love the sound it makes when he trots/lopes.

  10. faye stark
    | Reply

    This was so helpful

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How To Stop A Strong Horse Without Pulling The Reins – Dressage Mastery TV Ep 151

*** Transform your riding with my FREE web class!! Go to https://www.dressagemastery.com/trainingsecrets to register now for my FREE dressage training on “How To Dramatically Transform Your Riding to Have The Confidence, Look, And Feel of a Grand Prix Rider in as Little as 3 Times Per Week, Regardless of Your Current Riding Level”
And How You Can Quickly Apply It To Your Riding Too! ***

There has never been a better time to join Dressage Mastery – with our website getting an overhaul and upgrade, and even more value being added to the program!! Go to www.dressagemastery.com to join now!

Learn from the proven system developed by Grand Prix Dressage Rider Natasha Althoff.

Welcome to this weeks lesson! Today Natasha answers a question from a member on how to slow down or stop your horse without pulling on the reins.

You’ll love all the learnings from this video. It’s a great lesson!

Be sure to check out the new and improved Dressage Mastery. With even more added value you’ll be amazed at the speed of which you learn and how simple Natasha’s instructions are to follow. Dressage Mastery Members now get an added 1.5 hours of additional content every month. Take the frustration out of your riding!

Like this video? SUBSCRIBE to join our community at Dressage Mastery TV and start enjoying your riding the way you are meant to.

We hope you enjoy this video and learn lots from this lesson.

Until next week, happy and safe riding :)

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26 Responses

  1. mooistliefste
    | Reply

    I’ve been struggling with this for a bit, but recently I really wanted to fix the problem. I have a very light hand, and ride a stubborn Haflinger. One time, when trying to stop, he didn’t react to my seat at all, so unfortunately, I did have to pull the reins quite harshly, and honestly I cried at home from feeling so bad.

    It honestly makes me wanna ride bitless because I dont want to rip his face off, but I’m nowhere near experienced enough to even consider it. If anyone knows any exercises that would help, please let me know. I’m ashamed to say that I’m scared of getting back in the saddle

  2. l clarke
    | Reply

    Do you ever come to Canada and give clinics? I just had some lessons with some Aussies at a huge Working Equitation clinic and they were great!

  3. Koiffee Draws
    | Reply

    Do you guys have any tips for keeping a horse from pulling me forward? The horse I ride tends to yank the reins forward and I tend to lean forward or lose grip on my reins. I’ve tried to stop it but I don’t exactly succeed and it’s very embarrassing

  4. Ashley Megrath
    | Reply

    what breed is ollie? i was thinking freisian but would love to know if im right or not. also thank you for your awesome videos!

  5. Ariel Hernandez
    | Reply

    Omg thank you so much for teaching me how to control my strong horse without pulling the reins my horse is really big and strong my dad teaches me but I still get confused when I go ride again my dad will be really proud on how I did thanks to you😊😊😊😊🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎😊

  6. sarah jane wilkinson
    | Reply

    I'm riding also another horse he's strong and I was to strong back. I need to relax. Thanks for your video xx

  7. Kirsten Rogers
    | Reply

    Super helpful thank you!

  8. Horselover 49
    | Reply

    He’s so cute! I love him!!!!!!!!🥺🥺🥺💔💔❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😍😍😍🥰🥰🥰😘😘😘😘🙂🙂😇😇😍😍😍🥰😳😳♥️♥️😘😘🥰🥰💙💙💙😄😄

  9. Kisha and Misty
    | Reply

    Is it just me or do I love the sound it makes when he trots/lopes.

  10. faye stark
    | Reply

    This was so helpful

  11. Jocelyn and Lee
    | Reply

    Hi my name is Jocelyn. How can you use your seat to change gates? Xx

  12. Lauren T
    | Reply

    Any tips because I rode a new pony called Topsy today and her trots very hot and just feels very tense and my trainer says to make my riding heavier but when I do that she gets faster?

  13. snuttanjonas89rocky
    | Reply

    Love your videos so much

  14. XxSchleich_SpiritxX 8
    | Reply

    I’ll be taking my cob show jumping soon he hasn’t been in a while but he will just sprint all the way around with no control so yeah but I will be able to control him

  15. TJ Ligouri
    | Reply

    OMG, this should have been so obvious, but it wasn't! So THANK YOU!

  16. Ellite Equine
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    Hey, just wondering, you said near the end to use your whip if the horse isn't listening to you, but doesn't using it just make the horse go faster??? So someone please answer, how can you change how you use the whip to make it listen o you and not speed up?

  17. Nonexistent Unicorn
    | Reply

    Why Youtube. Why do you want me to be here.

  18. detsnumber1
    | Reply

    Your horses do make me smile, every time momma does something wrong their faces are like "ogh gosh not this rider again what is mum doing now"

  19. Azra Bajric
    | Reply

    Ok I don’t know if you have a video about how to speed up a slow trot but may you make one please

  20. Libby Ives
    | Reply

    I’ve just got a new horse and if u pull on her reigns she goes faster🤷🏼‍♀️

  21. Queen Of Awkwardness
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    THANK YOU this really helped me cuz I had a riding lessons yesterday and it was my second time with my new group. And a new teacher. And we got a new pony I was gonna ride her and I assume she's young cuz she was very fast and more hype . Now I am a green rider (I have been riding once a week for 1 year and 4 months)but I am the most experienced rider in this new group and the pony I was riding she was tallest and fastest so I from habit started to pull on the reins a bit to much I have this habit cuz I used to ride a pony name seven and he's super lazy and stuburn and was really hard to get going so that's where I got it from so I was told to stop without the reins and was clue less how do i do that this pony is wayyyyy more sensitive. And that's why I needed it THANK YOU SO MUCH UR VIDEOS ARE VERY HELFULL

  22. Elise Dunon
    | Reply

    It’s that a Trakehner?? 😍😍

  23. Nadine
    | Reply

    I just started riding a new horse and it's completely different than my other horse. He runs during trot and canter and I have a very hard time slowing him down. Also going to walk from trot takes waaay too long. He is a super nice horse but I feel so out of control and scared when he's not listening to me. I tried your tips from this video, I tried to sit a bit longer in the trot and I used soft as well as some stronger half halts but in the end I caught myself pulling on the reins because I just couldn't stop him. I need some more advise pleaaase :((

  24. Nico Di Angelo
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    I CAN'T STOP! I CAN'T STOP! I CAN'T STOP!

  25. Chloe Bleach
    | Reply

    Still struggling to get a really stubron horse to canter any help

  26. Elvira Frogpie
    | Reply

    that is such a beautiful horse and it makes me want to start doing dressage

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