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Re: john lyons horse training
I don't specifically teach my horse to not pull back. Instead, when I'm working on "giving to the bit," what I'm teaching is to "give" in the direction of the pull, regardless of where it comes from. Up, down, whatever angle the pull comes from - it should make no difference to the horse. No matter where the pressure comes from, you want them to get to that bit, to give in that direction.
"If you want to stop your horse from dragging you off or pulling back...
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