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  • jennismortal
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    You're opening the lines of communication between you and your horse. Your horse learns that by paying attention to you, something is gained. That can be either a treat or praise. In this way, your horse becomes more responsive to your other commands as well, and pays better attention to you.

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  • Rodridge Livery Yard
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  • Rodridge Livery Yard
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    Originally posted by Mackie
    I used to kick a ball around with my horse, which I thought was clever of him; but other than that he's just a good eater too really. :P Just a big, lazy, greedy cuddler.

    What do you mean by tricks? I just think horses are funny by nature :D

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  • Mackie
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    I used to kick a ball around with my horse, which I thought was clever of him; but other than that he's just a good eater too really. :P Just a big, lazy, greedy cuddler.

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  • breyercorral
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  • breyercorral
    started a topic horse tricks

    horse tricks

    I would love to share some horse trick pictures
    http://jayperkins7.googlepages.com/horsetraining

    has anyone trained there horses to do tricks, if you have let me know how you did it
    My horses just like to eat, lol

    Lisa
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