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How to Start a Horse: Bridling to 1st Ride Paperback – July 10, 2012
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The prescriptions that follow parallel the methods of John Lyons. They do so for two big reasons: One, I've been certified by John (and son Josh) to teach his methods, so that's "what I do." Two, his ways are easy, they're step-by-step, and they really, really work. If I could get wows from folks based on info gleaned from his old training videos years before becoming certified, you can certainly get your young horse started properly with what I've laid out here. Put in the time it takes, keep a business-like demeanor at all times, stay faithful to the exercises, don't cut corners, and pay particular attention to specific points I may call out as common mistakes, traps or just plain "uber important" - and you'll see some pretty terrific results....
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