Tactical Horsemanship for the Trail


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Working with a horse that has never been ridden outside of the arena, educator and clinician Ken McNabb will show you how to handle real-life scenarios and develop a steady and trusting trail partner. Beginning with a segment on proper tack and trail etiquette, you will progress through a review of basic horsemanship before hitting the trail with Ken and a problem horse that is anxious and apprehensive about life on the trail. Covering a multitude of behavioral problems as well as natural and foreign obstacles, this DVD series will give you the confidence, tools and knowledge you need to become the strategic ally and leader that your horse needs you to be. Runtime: 107 minutes.

Topics include:

  • Equipment & Tack
  • Mounting
  • Basic Control
  • Trail Etiquette
  • Leadership
  • Logs
  • Banks & Jumps
  • Head Tossing
  • Natural Ditches
  • Thick Timber
  • Jigging
  • Animal Encounters
  • Water Crossings
  • Developing Courage

“Developing a horse that you know will be there for you no matter how hard the terrain gets or how intimidating the situation does not happen by accident. It takes a plan – a tactical strategy, to prepare your horse to be the steady partner you want on the trail. I’ll show you the methods and strategies you need to develop both you and your ho horse’s confidence on the trail.”