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6 Chapters selectively chosen from the larger book When Your Horse Rears: How to Stop ItSmall change-ups that you can make instantly in your training - the way you time your release, when you pause, what you expect, etc. - can have a very large,More6 Chapters selectively chosen from the larger book When Your Horse Rears: How to Stop ItSmall change-ups that you can make instantly in your training - the way you time your release, when you pause, what you expect, etc. - can have a very large, immediate and positive impact on the results you see. Its easy to have a well-trained horse if you go out there with a game plan. This group of chapters, selectively chosen and presented here, are simple to follow sets of instructons thatll keep you focused, on track and very, very happy with any time spent in the saddle. Remember, to see a change in your horse tomorrow... you, yourself must do something different today.- Rider ChecklistsKeep future attitudes and performance in balance by running each of these three checklists through your head with each ride. Think of this as preventative care.- Whoever Moves First, LosesDiscipline problems vanish when your horse sees you as boss- heres training for a rainy day that puts you back in charge.- When You Get On, Do This FirstHeres one small thing you can do to keep your horses attitude in check - and prevent mount-up problems from taking root.- Is My Horse Hard to Train... Because of His Feet?If your horse stumbles, cranes his head to the ground, takes halting steps, doesnt want to move out, or has grown irritable, it might be that his feet are hurting him. Heres how to tell.- See Yourself Leading When RidingIm going to give you a training technique you can use in the saddle, one simple change you can make today thatll make big -- very cool -- changes immediately. Your horse will understand your requests far more quickly and all it takes is for you to see things differently.- Training Magic: Release On the ThoughtTwo days from now your friends at the barn will be pointing at you excitedly, stepping from your path reverently and cooing oooh as they watch you ride. This chapter details how to get those changes.This material was pulled directly from the book mentioned, with no changes made to it whatsoever. It is published in this way to aid folks who find themselves facing a single issue and who do not feel the need to purchase an entire book.Note before you purchase: For the most part, chapters included here do stand alone, but due to their nature, they may occasionally refer to chapters which must be purchased separately (or by buying the entire book, of course).To purchase the entire book, please search Amazon.com for When Your Horse Rears: How to Stop It Youll get another eight chapters for just a couple dollars more.