Equestrian Training: The Natural Way of Training Equines

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Do you know there are ways you can train your equine naturally? Yes, all you need is some time and patience and you will be able to ride your horse like a true natural person. It is necessary you understand that your equine easily learns new things with repetition. That is what makes your equestrian training easier.

For you to get the horse going, you have to be patient with your horse. It does not matter if your horse gets it right after 5 or 50 times; once you are patient, you will smile at the end of the day for a job well done.

Natural horsemanship is the best method of training your horses. It is important you learn them to achieve perfect training techniques and technical skills.

 Consider these things when training your equine using natural horsemanship:

* Natural horsemanship simply means training your equine without using any kind of negetive reinforcement or force. In other words, being gentle in your persuasion.

* Horse training no doubt comes with some challenges and problems. Good news is for each problem or challenge, there is a solution and it is your duty as a trainer to find that solution.

* It is necessary you learn how to understand and use the hors's language. Don't just be interested in learning how to ride your horse. When you understand your horse, it makes riding easier.

* Always remember that horses like to be together for survival as they are considered "prey" animals and are always afraid and looking out for danger. They are also "herd" animals; meaning they look out for a leader.

* Understand your horse's usage of the head to communicate. When the horse bows its head it shows a sign of being submissive, but if the head is in an alert position it shows a sign of anxiety or fear.

* Also, understand other methods of communication by your equine using body signals. Some of these are ear direction, eyes and body positions.

Don't hurt your equine, always be firm but gentle and your horse will follow you without resistance. If the horse tries to dorminate as it will naturally do once in a while, it is your duty to ensure you take over dorminance. Put all these tips into practice in youe equestrian training  and everthing will work out well.

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This article was published on 2011/09/05