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Ground Control Level 1, Level 2 & Level 3 - Set of 3 DVDs.
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I've watched a lot of the well known American clinicians DVD's but this series sets up a routine to carry right through to starting under saddle and beyond.Very clear instructions,easy to follow and put into practise.
These DVDs make ground work fun! Educating your horse has never been easier
I really love the fact that the dan use a more educated horse to demonstrate the 'activity' then use a lesser educated horse to show how to do it, and to correct mistakes. The DVDs have been a really big help for me and my ground work, adding more knowledge and a wider range of experience. I found that it is really explained really well, and definitely recommend this product over some of the other horsemen out there. thanks again!!!!!!
These DVD's are great! Very easy to follow and being able to listen to Australian accent makes learning new concepts so much easier! My horses and I are already working better together, I look forward to purchasing other DVD's to watch and learn from and continue practising and improving with my horses. Can't wait till there are more clinics in Australia! Will definitely attend!
Really well done and easy to follow! Thanks again :)
very surprised. The format is well set out. I love the way each lesson is broken down on a step by step basis easy to understand and translate into practice.....cant wait to purchase foal starting.....congrats and many thanks for restoring my confidence....once I got the hang of the lesson my horse understood exactly what it was i required of him.....a thousand thanks
Well big fail to Australia Post for breaking the dvd cases. Plus side the information on the dvds is priceless with a little added humor. A big help to watch after not traing for many years a little inspiration with some new ideas. My current project is my own pet horse Pearl 8yo anglo. She has always been a pretty good doer. Until unfortunately rolling on a stick in her paddock and badly damaging a fore leg joint. She has healed amazingly. Unfortunately her first and only injury and vet visit. She almost immediately (after seeing a vet and coming around from a sedative) turned vicious, and slowly became unmanageable. I'm very understanding to the trauma this has caused her and the frightened horse who consistently lashes out trying to hurt me out of fear I may hurt her. A long road to bring a horse all the way back to happy again. So we are starting at the beginning, hopefully the trust, respect and companionship we once enjoyed will come back. Thanks for the advice and reminder of patience and persistence I will need on our journey. Catherine
I enjoyed watching these videos and especially like that you showed the exercises with an experienced horse and a novice horse. I have tried putting the exercises into action with my TB and even though i have been training her very differently she picked it up very quickly and seems alot more relaxed.
Full of great information