First appeared in the November 2016 issue of Horse Sport, written by Hazel Plumbley
At a recent clinic in BC, experienced coaches and veterinarians gave Andrew and Manuela McLean a list of conflict behaviours seen most frequently in horses they received for training, being ridden by students, or treated in their practice. Top issues were reluctance to ‘go,’ contact issues, tension, crookedness, bolting, rearing, and spooking. Here are their step-by-step approaches to correcting these common behaviours.
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