Tellington-TTouch for Horses: Riding Bareback & with a Neck Rope



https://cdn.wehorse.com/video/stream/0/0/0/0/0/5/5/5/de/images/cover.jpg 2018-12-11T00:00:00+01:00

When riding without a saddle, you need maximum stability but enough flexibility to not block the movement of the horse. Linda will show you the sitting differences when riding with or without a saddle and how it helps you ride harmonically.

If you are considering riding with a neck rope you first need to make sure that your horse listens to the rider's aids and responds correctly to your basic requests. The ability to stop and turn is crucial for your safety and should be a prerequisite for taking the bridle off.

Linda Tellington-Jones recommends using a long dressage whip for giving the horse fine signals. You will see the difference in the way aids are applied when riding with a bridle or saddle and how to integrate this into your training progressively.

 

You will learn in this video:

  • A step by step approach to riding safely with a neck rope
  • The correct position of the neck rope
  • How to sit correctly when riding bareback
  • Teaching your horse the rein back with the neck rope

Linda Tellington-Jones

Linda Tellington-Jones is known worldwide as a horse trainer. She has developed effective, versatile and gentle methods, called the TTouch, that positively change the health and behavior of the horse. Her goals are to use gentle touches to build trust and confidence so that we can communicate and learn better together.

> more

Related videos

Natural Horsemanship Part 7: Equine ABC - Indirect Feel

Jenny Wild & Peer Claßen

With Indirect Feel you can communicate with your horse without even touching him. If this sounds a little unbelievable, then let Jenny and Peer show you how it can be done. You will see exercises to put it into practice and will also learn why your energy levels are so important.

Duration: 00:08:10 Minutes

Gymnasticizing Work in Hand Part 3: Training the Horse on the Lunge and at Liberty

Kathrin Roida

With loose and supple movement, going nicely forwards, the lunge work complements the work in hand well. Kathrin Roida explains the basic rules and the correct aids. It is possible both on the lunge and at liberty to train your horse for a fluid change of rein.

Duration: 00:13:36 Minutes

Gymnasticizing Work in Hand Part 4: Chewing and Bending Exercises

Kathrin Roida

Regular chewing and bending exercises can have a dramatic effect on the suppleness of your horse. Kathrin Roida shows us which exercises there are, how you can apply them and how you can ask your horse for the necessary flexion as preparation for the lateral work. This can result in unblocking tension in the jaw area and the corresponding muscles.

Duration: 00:07:45 Minutes

Natural Horsemanship Part 8: Equine ABC - You Are Not Concerned

Jenny Wild & Peer Claßen

We expect our horse to respond to the smallest of signals but then on the other hand totally ignore other things going on around him. Jenny and Peer show you in this video how you can desensitize your horse and get him used to things such as fluttering plastic, strange sounds or quick movements. 

Duration: 00:23:49 Minutes

Natural Horsemanship Part 6: Equine ABC - Direct Feel

Jenny Wild & Peer Claßen

Direct feel includes all the signals given to the horse using physical contact, either directly with your body or using external aids such as a rope or head collar. In this video, you will be introduced to the first exercises towards moving your horse with only your fingertips!

Duration: 00:19:56 Minutes