Watch Teaching Your Horse To WANT To Spin!

Here Warwick Schiller shows you how the philosophy of Making The Wrong Thing Hard And The Right Thing easy applies to something a bit more technical like a reining spin. Would you use these techniques to teach your horse to spin? If you thought this video was helpful, Share it with your friends on Facebook!

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  1. Sitegar

    Being on a large part of your journey with you and Ryleigh makes me relaly proud to be your friend. You both have overcome so many obstacles to get where you are today. I relaly admire your strength and patience. And you have the most amazing ability to find awesome people to help you along so you can become what you want, together. You both are doing excellent! You look so happy riding Louise! I can’t wait to see you and Ryleigh doing some awesome western and reining stuff. 🙂 🙂

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  2. Horse Training Secrets Revealed

    Thanks for all the information. It was very helpful. Some other thoughts…
    Start slow and practice alot, use alot of outside leg pressure push steady with your leg while turning don’t use a jabbing motion. Great reining horses are trained to be ridden almost completely on the pressure you put on them with your legs. Whenever you are riding practice lots of slow turns, try to keep your horses head low and make two or three turns, also remember to turn both ways try to keep things even. Eventually your horses hind legs should move very little while spinning, what you want is for them to be used only for the horse to pivot on.

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