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CERT
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Last Activity: Jul. 24, 2017, 08:51 PM
Joined: Sep. 3, 2016
Location: Arizona
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  • CERT
    replied to Best bit for horse that chomps/gapes mouth
    Glad that you've found a bit she seems to tolerate better.

    There are certainly 1001 reasons a horse could be fussing in the mouth and it...
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  • CERT
    replied to Working Your Equines Now?
    My guys haven't beed doing too much. Some lessons here and there, but clients take advantage of the summer break to get out of the heat. It was over...
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  • CERT
    replied to Road Etiquette?
    I prefer slow, smooth, and wide. Dropping to a complete crawl can make some horses nervous as it is as if something is stalking not-quite-stealthily...
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  • CERT
    replied to Conditioning the Baby
    I think goodhors presented a lot of good things to consider. Your gut is right in thinking that "work him until he's tired" was bad advise....
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  • CERT
    replied to Conditioning the Baby
    Do you plan on using just driving to get him fit or will there be work in hand, lungeing, and long lining in there too?
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  • CERT
    replied to Clay Maier?
    buck22 I really liked his process and how it introduces the horse to all the parts with as little stress as possible. I've used the rope traces with...
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  • CERT
    replied to First CDE for our young pony!
    You all look absolutely fabulous! Congratulations on your placings!
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  • CERT
    started a topic Clay Maier?

    Clay Maier?

    I found his driving training DVD when I was starting my filly at the time in harness almost four years ago and really enjoyed it. I recently acquired...
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  • CERT
    replied to Best bit for horse that chomps/gapes mouth
    I agree with the assessment that it might be habit at this point. I know when I started going bitless with my crew (saving their mouths from novice student...
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    Last edited by CERT; Jul. 4, 2017, 07:00 PM. Reason: Typos...

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  • CERT
    replied to Driven dressage
    If sized appropriately full shafts do not inhibit bend. Especially since bend should be evenly through the body and not just the neck.

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  • CERT
    replied to Fjords in dressage
    They are a neat breed to work with. I have one I use for lessons both riding and driving and am hoping to start showing her in dressage myself and with...
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  • CERT
    replied to & Yet MORE Brag!...see last post
    You can definitely teach the whip cues from the ground first. Long lining would best simulate driving without worrying about a bad reaction. You can walk...
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