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How To Correct A Horse Who Acts Disrespectful & food protective ear pinning - Rick Gore Horsemanship

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Published on Jun 16, 2010

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I show how to correct a horse that is being food protective, ear pinning and being a disrespectful. I don't use a whip, chain, lead rope buckle, bricks or bats, I simple talk to the horse like a higher horse would or like a lead horse would. I move the horses feet, I make the horse change direction, I make the horse uncomfortable and make being disrespectful hard and I make being nice easy. All I do is use pressure and release with timing and feel to talk to the horse in a language the horse understands. You see a horse go from showing her butt, kicking out at me and throwing her head at me to a horse following me, dropping it's head, approaching me respectfully and the negative behavior disappears in about 5 minutes.




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