Your hands are a key aid in communicating with your horse. Charles demonstrates some common mistakes and teaches you how to use your hands correctly and effectively.
In the final lesson of this series, you'll learn how to trot and lope a colt during that important first ride.
Watch as Clinton Anderson shows you how to get both ends of your colt moving during your first ride.
In the first of three lessons dealing with a first ride, you'll learn how to mount a colt and flex his neck in this video.
This plastic-bag desensitizing will get your colt-or any other horse-less reactive and ready to ride.
Teach your colt to accept the feel of a saddle in motion to avoid getting bucked off later.
Bucking bronco on your hands? Learn how to fix bucking problems with Down Under Horsemanship
In this lesson learn about desensitizing a foal with objects that move and make a noise. Also learn how to teach your foal to move away from pressure with the Touch and Rub Method exercise.
In this first segment of a new series, you'll learn to desensitize your colt's barrel using a lead rope.
Before you halter a foal, teach him how to follow willingly beside you on a circle.
Watch as Clinton explains how and why the one-rein stop works with a reactive horse.
Learn how to deal with common foot-handling problems in this video from Clinton Anderson.