Natural Horsemanship Part 3: Useful equipment & haltering with feeling



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In horsemanship, the following equipment makes a difference

Rope halter, long lead, horseman stick- with these you're very well prepared to begin communicating with your horse. Jenny and Peer will show you what is so special about these things and why they're more useful than a normal lead or whip.

The magical little rope

You can see the big difference a simple rope can make. Jenny and Peer use it pretty well for everything. Leading horses, practicing exercises, learning tricks or just mastering everyday situations. Take a look at the ideas with "a rope in your back pocket " and impress more than just your horse...

"Haltering is part of your partnership"

Halter on and go- with Jenny and Peer it works a little differently. "For us, it is important that haltering is done with feeling". Even just putting a halter on is an opportunity to build a harmonic relationship with your horse and see if your horse is listening to and concentrating on you. How? Jenny will show you step by step.

 

Further videos in this series:

You will learn in this video:

  • tools that make the communication with the horse easy
  • what "rope on the pants" is and how it helps you in daily training
  • how halterings gets a harmonious experience

Jenny Wild & Peer Claßen

Jenny Wild and Peer Claßen are real equestrians. As trainers of Natural Horsemanship, they teach people to see and understand from the horse's perspective. With their everyday exercises, they help to rediscover and deepen the relationship with the horse.

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