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Training



Colt Starting and Problem Solving

First 30 Days

The first 30 days of your horse's training are the most important. Horses are forgiving, but they do not forget. This is where the foundation is built and the horse learns confidence and how to understand leadership from the trainer. Horses also learn habits, both good and bad. So it is very important for them to be started right by someone that can help them through all aspects of their training. This is a list of what Lanny will accomplish with your horse in its first thirty days.

On The Ground:

Extreme Cowboy Race Lanny

Lead at Walk and Trot
Left and Right Circles
Pivot
Disengage Hindquarters
Back Up
Trailer Load
Prepare for Ferrier
Prepare for Shots
Hobbling

In The Saddle:

Extreme Cowboy Race Lanny

Walk, Trot, Lope on a Loose Rein
Back Up
Side Pass
Stop On Whoa
Simple Lead Changes
Negotiate Obstacles
Open and Close Gates
Creating a Soft Feel to the Face
Turnarounds

Next 30 Days:

Reinforce First 30 Days
Work With Cattle
Lots of Trail Experience

Problem Solving:

Every horse has a vice of some kind, but that doesn't mean that you have to live with it. Lanny can give you a lesson or take the horse in for training to fix the problem that you have with your horse. If your problem is not listed call and ask.

Problems:

Lanny Bucking Horse

Bolting
Bucking
Biting
Barn Sour
Buddy Sour
Bridling
Catching
Ferrier Issues
Giving Shots
Jigging
Leading
Loading
Pawing
Pulling Back
Saddling
Spooking
Standing Still
Trailer Loading
Worming

Select photos by Photography By Faith and Maria Weber