On this episode of Horse Talk's Training Tip Tuesdays hosts: Lauren Abbott and Robyn Miller discuss horse training tools like a training flag and how it can be instrumental in training horses of all disciplines and breeds.
Abbott talks about her personal obstacles with her Mustang horse that has been out of consistent work for two years and how bringing him back into work is going to be more challenging that she anticipated.
Robyn discuss how introducing a flag to him to help desensitize his over reaction and to encourage him to be more accepting of moving foward in a positive way. She explains how this can also keep us safe while working on the ground and how to recognize red flags or potential problems before getting in the saddle.
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