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I Believe In Good

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Published on Jan 19, 2013

First I'm very sorry about the camera, I have a tri-pod for it but I was missing a piece so I decided I was going to go solo that day...Not a good idea for lunging a horse with one hand. Also sorry for the focus I had it on manual and not auto. So it wasn't completely focused right on Faith.

Okay so I made a new video for my horse Faith. The old one was just flat out terrible. You could barley see Faith and/or anything. This is my new camera, Canon Eos Rebel T3i, and I thought I should make a better one...

The other video she also desperately needed a chiropractor so when she loped she had everything screwed up. This was about 3 days after a chiropractor saw her and now shes a lot better...

Anyways I wanted everybody to know that a horse's headset that happens to be low is a good thing. When a horse's head is low they are submissive, relaxed, calm, etc. You will never see a hyper hose with his head down low. Head sets like what Faith is displaying is 100% natural. I never forced her to do anything, she just does it. No one makes her do anything. The only thing I do with her is lots of stretching and flexing so that she is very soft and supple. She will never be able to do this, let alone any horse, if she wasn't soft and flexible.

A lot of what AQHA horses do is natural, but of course you got the 'trainers' out there that think you can get a low head set by tying the horse's head up high, cranking the horse's head up high when riding, etc. The lope is another thing, however you will never see a peanut-rolling horse in the ring anymore. People don't really educate themselves about peanut rolling to say anything about it.

Here is a terrific (but sad) video that shows peanut rolling and the very very crippled/slow lope that nobody likes....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sS2ec...

No clue on how a person can get a horse to do that, drugs, the horse may be lame, etc. To be honest I wouldn't consider that guy to be a trainer at all, a trainer will not do that to a horse. At all.

So I think I'm going to leave it at that!

Music: Uplifting Music - Corporate Dreams

Please do NOT use this video for anything else without my permission! Thank you!

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