I load a horse that I have never seen in a trailer before. Had no idea how this was going to turn out. I show the right way that works and I show the wrong way that does not work. I have a few other trailer loading videos posted using my guys.
In the video you notice I say I did not know why she jumped, when uploading I saw she stepped on her rope, luckily I have done work with this horse and have let her drag her rope and step on it so she knows how to deal with it. It was still my fault for turning my back and leaving her rope too long so she could lower her head and step on it, this is a good example how things happen with horse and they can get hurt, but if they are trained right or exposed to things right, they can come out OK, even when the stupid human makes the mistake.