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Posted 7/19/2014 5:09:18 PM


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So I now have two western horses that I want and will show mainly in western pleasure, trail, halter and showmenship and maybe, barrels and poles. The thing is I've been in hunters for the last couple years so I need some help. Any tips for these classes and training for them?



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Posted 7/21/2014 7:29:07 AM
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Do they know how to neckrein/lope?

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Posted 7/21/2014 10:15:12 AM


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I'm working with one.



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Posted 7/21/2014 7:56:37 PM


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Neck reining is big. Also western pleasure will be much more relaxed and slow than English pleasure. The judge will be looking for what looks to be a "pleasurable ride". Always ride one handed with split reins. Ummm.... For barrels and poles it's a whole different story lol. Don't go fast right from the start if te horse doesn't know the pattern. Learn the pattern before going fast. Work on bending, circles, flexibility, etc... Hope I helped! Pm me any more questions you may have!

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Posted 7/22/2014 6:25:14 AM


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Thanks! And yeah, she knows how to neck rein and the lope.



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