Sample Our Newsletter From "Horses That Kick On The Trail," Issue 11, part 1 of our FREE monthly newsletter
Re: horse trick training
Have you ever seen a red ribbon tied to a horse's tail? What does that ribbon mean? It means "Stay away from me. My horse will kick your horse."
Does that make you mad? Maybe it should. You've gone to a lot of time and trouble to train your horse, to teach it that it is never okay to act up or kick somebody else's horse - but the guy next to you with the ribbon skipped the whole process. The days you worked on gaining control over your horse, he spent going to the movies. You put in the hard work it takes to build a safe horse; they skipped the process entirely.
How about I take a rope and throw it at that red ribbon? Their horse might kick and it might buck. And it might make the rider turn around and say "What the devil did you do that for?" And I might just answer 'I'm telling your horse's butt to stay away from the end of my rope.'
Carole Fletcher and her horse have entertained thousands with incredible tricks and have frequently sold out clinics. Now her six volume 'Trickonometry' video series has been edited to three DVD's With her Masters in Education and two best-selling books, 'Trickonometry' and 'Healed by Horses,' Carole Fletcher is an expert in teaching - with a big dose of fun! Great for all ages and breeds of horses.
Horse Trick Training: This DVD will show you how to teach your horse to drink from a bottle, serve drinks, untie knots, push a baby carriage or lawnmower and roll out the barrel, bow on one knee while dismounted and mounted, kneel on two knees, the Arabian prayer and camel stretch, pick up trash and put in in a barrel, play basketball, wave a flag and spin a rope, count, wave a foreleg 'Howdy,' lie down and play dead, sit up and be mounted and rise with you aboard from a sit to a stand. Sensational!
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