Quick Tip from Champion Cole Baker: The Importance of Teaching Your Horse To Accept Pressure

“The horse initially learns to except pressure from the rider. And then that horse will accept pressure from its environment. Those horses aren’t spooky. Those horses deal with problems as they go around the arena…” Champion Trainer, Cole Baker Listen in on a quick conversation between World & Congress Champions, Cole Baker & Cleve Wells…

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A Conversation with World Champion, Cole Baker on The Attributes of The Long Term Successful Show Horse

What makes a horse stay fresh in the pen year after year? Listen in on a quick conversation between World & Congress Champions, Cole Baker & Cleve Wells on a few attributes of the long term show horse. (Keep scrolling down for the full transcript.) Horse Training Channel Members log in to watch this full…

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Champion Cole Baker on Finding Solutions To Show Ring Problems

“Why is my horse speeding up when I change directions in a rail class in the show pen?” This is just one questions of many we ask ourselves as we walk out the gate after our class. This quick tip from World & Congress Champion & Coach, Cole Baker, will give you food for thought…

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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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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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100% Commitment To The Effort: Champion Coaching with Cleve Wells Part 1

A coaching session on the secret to accomplishing your goals with World Champion Trainer, Cleve Wells on the 3 “do(s)” “What am I doing?” “What have I done?” “What am I going to do?” Make a plan and hold yourself accountable…   Members log into TheHorseTrainingChannel members area and search for lesson “100% Commitment To The…

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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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Zips Chocolate Chip’s stone bruise as a 2 year old was the best thing to happen to Cleve Wells

“My world was crushed”… Thoughts for the day… the power of a great horse to teach you to be a great horseman/woman and how sometimes your lowest point in your horse show journey, becomes your greatest asset.     Members log into TheHorseTrainingChannel members area and search for lesson “”Picture Perfect Lope For Ranch Riding” (or…

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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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An Exercise To Teach Your Horse To Lope Off Properly

 Teaching the lope transition is key to your success in the show pen… Learn from the experience of 25 Time World Champion Horse Trainer Cleve Wells to move your horse off into the lope properly. Start your horse off right to prevent future problems or go back to the basics if you are having problems.…

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