World Champion Trainer, Cole Baker “Teach Your Horse How To Respond When You Get Nervous”

A quick tip from World & Congress Champion Trainer, Cole Baker to set yourself up for success in the show pen, by preparing your horse for imperfect circumstances. Members log in to watch this clinic, “Perfect Preparation For Imperfect Circumstances with World Champion Cole Baker” Not a member? Click here to get signed up! https://horsetrainingchannel.com/join-now…

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Practicing a pretty slow lope, on a loose rein, will leave your horse traveling flat. Here’s what to do about it…

Use this exercise to: enhance a pleasure horse’s movement help maintain an older horse that has correct movement give a light aerobics workout to make him use his body up high then release and get soft Great to prevent your horse from picking up bad habits and keep using his body correctly. Members view this…

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Use the power of mistakes to go to the next level with your show horse…

If you show horses, you’ve been there. Whether just starting out yourself as a novice, or starting out with a young horse, it takes courage to not be perfectly prepared or going through a learning curve and showing anyway. It takes the courage of a true champion, to put yourself out there, to change to…

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A Conversation Between Champions, Bret Parrish, Jay Starnes & Cleve Wells Part 3

The surprising thing, World Champion Trainers and National Snaffle Bit Hall of Fame Riders, Jay Starnes, Bret Parrish & Cleve Wells, all 3 agree on (even more than slow) when looking at prospects… Members log into TheHorseTrainingChannel members area and search for lesson “Start Strong: Training 2 Year Olds, A Conversation Between Champions…with Bret Parrish and…

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A Conversation Between Champions, Bret Parrish, Jay Starnes & Cleve Wells Part 1

A few training thoughts from World Champion Trainers, Jay Starnes, Bret Parrish & Cleve Wells… on staying out of your horses way… encouragement if like a horse to stay with it & work it out… and more! Members log into TheHorseTrainingChannel members area and search for lesson “Start Strong: Training 2 Year Olds, A Conversation Between…

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The Key To A Slow Horse

Pulling on your horse, does not make him go slow correctly… One of the most successful Western Pleasure Trainers and Showmen of all time, World Champion Horse Trainer, Rusty Green explains how creating “shape” through your maneuvers is the key to a slow lope. “If you’ll notice and watch Shane riding… watch Cleve riding, they are…

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One of The Keys Champion Rusty Green Uses To Determine His Young Horse’s Training Program

Be a fly on the wall on this conversation… between Champion Trainers Cleve Wells, Rusty Green & Shane Dowdy and take advantage of the rare opportunity to learn from of one of the most successful Western Pleasure Trainers and Showmen of all time, World Champion Horse Trainer, Rusty Green as he explains the term “shape” and how a horse’s…

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Ride & Guide: Proper Use Of The Side Pull

The secret to using a side pull, is all in it’s name… side – pull. Learn where to put your hands and position your body when starting your young horse to teach them to properly ride and guide between your reins, to stop, to back and to turn and see how much easier it is…

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Prep Tip #2 Preparing for Major Fall Events: Pay Attention To The “Small Stuff”

It’s that time of the year again! Whether it’s the Congress, The World Show, or even your Saddle Club’s Championship Show… we are all striving to be our best for the major fall events. Here’s a tip on the importance of paying attention to “little things” and the big picture. The tip is geared toward…

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Prep Tip #1 For Major Fall Events: Is your horse “reading” your mail?

It’s that time of the year again! Whether it’s the Congress, The World Show, or even your Saddle Club’s Championship Show… we are all striving to be our best for the major fall events. Here’s a tip on the importance of staying relaxed and a reminder that your horse is “reading your mail” or in…

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