Mastering the Rein Back Exercises



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Rein back is the starting point of various exercises. From turning to moving laterally, there are many fun things that your horse can learn to do by moving backwards. Learn how to correctly position yourself and give clear signals to your horse.

In this video, you will learn how to teach your horse the fundamentals of rein back. All you need to get started: a rope, a whip and a few treats. You will also see how to take training to the next step using poles on the ground.

You will learn in this video:

  • How to react when your horse misunderstands your signals
  • When and how to reward the horse
  • Practicing lateral backwards movements

Bea Borelle

Bea Borelle is known throughout the European and International scene as a multi-talented and motivating instructor.  Her extensive skills for training horses in-hand, on the lunge and according to the classical principles of dressage define her as a unique horse-woman and an exceptional trainer. 

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