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Misconception of a Low Head in Reining Horses – Fred Thomsson

Fred talks about the misconception with reining horses and wanting their heads low while riding. What you truly want in your horse is one that is soft and willing to give to your hand and leg cues. If you use the five maneuvers, as is in the last blog, you will see that these exercises will soften your horse which make it an all around better horse to be able to easily control.

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Fred goes over the misconception in wanting a low head in a reining horse.

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