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john lyons horse training - Montana

Stacia Stevens
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
406-257-0293

820 White Basin Road
Kalispell, MT 59901 USA
 
Email: montanahorsetraining*yahoo.com (replace * with @)
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John Lyons horseman Stacia Stevens lives in Northwestern Montana (Flathead county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Bigfork, Whitefish, Polson, Kalispell, Missoula.



Kathy Valentine
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
406-961-3734

511 Hudson Lane
Victor, MT 59875 USA
 
Email: info*heartcentered.com (replace * with @)
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John Lyons horseman Kathy Valentine lives in West Central Montana (Ravalli county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Hamilton, Missoula, Phillipsburg, Elk City.



Ron Valentine
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
406-961-3734

511 Hudson Lane
Victor, MT 59875 USA
 
Email: info*heartcentered.com (replace * with @)
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John Lyons horseman Ron Valentine lives in West Central Montana (Ravalli county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Hamilton, Missoula, Phillipsburg, Superior, Butte, Elk City.



Matt Wolfe
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
406-381-2497

PO Box 126
Victor, MT 59875 USA
 
Email: mwolfe_ranch*yahoo.com (replace * with @)
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John Lyons horseman Matt Wolfe lives in West Central Montana (Ravalli county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Missoula, Butte, Hamilton.



john lyons horse training - North Carolina

Beth Collins
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
910-264-0093


Shelby, NC 28150 USA
 
Email: loneroanfarm*yahoo.com (replace * with @)
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John Lyons horseman Beth Collins lives in Southern North Carolina (Cleveland county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Gastonia, Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Greenville, Spartanburg.



Jessy Drysdale
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
336-414-4807

162 Zimmerman Rd.
Advance, NC 27006 USA
 
Email: drysdalehorsemanship*yadtel.net (replace * with @)
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John Lyons horseman Jessy Drysdale lives in Central North Carolina (Davie county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Winston-Salem, Statesville, High Port, Greensboro, Charlotte.



Matt Gable
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
704-663-4851

794 Wiggins Road
Mooresville, NC 28115 USA
 
Email: matt*gablehorsemanship.com (replace * with @)
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John Lyons horseman Matt Gable lives in West Central North Carolina (Iredell county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Kannapolis, Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Concorde, Greensboro.



Suzie Quest
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
919-644-6222

5016 Hwy. 57
Hurdle Mills, NC 27541 USA
 
Email: squest6*aol.com (replace * with @)

 
John Lyons horseman Suzie Quest lives in North Central North Carolina (Person county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Durham, Greensboro, Raleigh, Goldsboro, Winston-Salem, Lynchburg, Roanoke.



john lyons horse training - New Hampshire

Beverly Barney
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
603-942-5111

302 Stage Road
Nottingham, NH 03290 USA
 
Email: bbarney*ithakabridgefarm.com (replace * with @)
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John Lyons horseman Beverly Barney lives in Southeastern New Hampshire (Rockingham county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Manchester, Salem, Portsmouth, Haverhill, Rochester.



john lyons horse training - New Jersey

Frank Michel
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
609-566-3200

8 Harvest Hill Drive
Stockton, NJ 08559 USA
 
Email: castlerockmanor*comcast.net (replace * with @)

 
John Lyons horseman Frank Michel lives in East Central New Jersey (Hunterdon county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Philadelphia, Allentown, Ewing, Levittown, Edison.



john lyons horse training - New Mexico

Natalie Walden-Campbell
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
505-954-4423

1300 Vista Colorado
Santa Fe, NM 87506 USA
 
Email: natalie*mesmerizingmusic.com (replace * with @)

 
John Lyons horseman Natalie Walden-Campbell lives in North Central New Mexico (Santa Fe county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Albuquerque, Los Alamos, Rio Rancho.



john lyons horse training - Nevada

Destry Adams
John Lyons Horse Trainer (Certified)
702-743-1607

787 Tiffany Bend St.
Las Vegas, NV 89123 USA
 
Email: dadamsph*cox.net (replace * with @)

 
John Lyons horseman Destry Adams lives in Southern Nevada (Clark county) within 100 miles of the following cities: Las Vegas, Henderson, Spring Valley, Paradise, Bullhead City.



   
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"From here, you'll capitalize on small improvements, continually approaching, petting for ever-extending periods of time, turning and retreating. Ask the horse to place two eyes on you, approach, pet for a moment longer than the time before, turn on your heels and walk away, totally relieving any pressure. Read the horse here: If you feel he'll yank his head away at three seconds, stop petting at two, turn, walk away. If he begins to move away (his feet), ask for a turn back towards you, get both eyes, and try again. Continue in this manner, slowly moving from the horse's nose to the top of his head, to his neck and so on. Make sure, especially with a green horse, that you keep well clear of those back, kicking legs, (stand just in front, and slightly to the side, of the horse's shoulder)."

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"Teaching a horse to turn or pivot on its back legs is easy with this step-by-step guide.

Questions answered in this article: How do I teach my horse to pivot or turn on its rear legs? How do I teach my horse to do a reverse-arc circle? How do I (begin teaching) neck reining? How do I (begin teaching) a reining spin? How do I improve my horse's steering and balance? How do I (begin teaching) a horse to move its shoulders?

Other related exercises you should work on: Three-Step-Stop, Steer the Tail, The Clockwork Exercise (Visit horsemanship101.com; surf to the Article Archive, search the page for those titles. Each can be printed out for free.)

You teach your horse to pivot (turn) on it's hindquarters one (or both) of two ways: by concentrating on moving a foot or by concentrating on moving a shoulder. The mechanics are simple for both, really: focus on a body part, make it move. Both methods have the same challenge: The horse must stay soft (relaxed) and moving forward. You'll pay more attention to the shoulders when teaching movements like a reining spin; you'll focus more on the feet when teaching "steps," such as sidepassing. In a general sense, it really doesn't matter which route you take to teach your horse to pivot on its rear legs - and in the real world, you'll undoubtedly use "a little bit of everything" by the time you're horse is finished. We'll discuss primarily shoulders in this article. To learn how to place feet onto specific spots, study and practice the Clockwork Exercise. (The Clockwork Exercise is also excellent to teach the back up, backing at an angle, diagonals, sidepassing and the like.)

As you read this, be thinking of how you would use the steps to teach related movements: neck reining, spins, shoulder control in general or how to improve things like your steering. Becoming a better horse trainer is simply a matter of building (and carrying in your head) a more robust set of horse-training tools. Think of each simple concept as a "widget." Collect enough widgets and assemble them into whatever suits your fancy: a horse that spins, a horse that steers more easily, a horse that moves away from a fence before crushing your knee and so on.

This time I'm going to start with a caution because I really need to underscore the importance of certain concepts before you even start"

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