49:19 I have decided that sharing my videos freely is far more important in these times when people are seeking authentic relationships with their horses and embracing a softer approach to horse training. Specializing in problem and dangerous horses I developed Training the Whole Horse® on the foundation of DO NO HARM. My methods and techniques demonstrate that horses do not need bits, spurs or devices for control, but are truly willing partners when given the opportunity while receiving compassionate herd leadership they genetically require.

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2003 views When halter training foals start within the first few days. It is much easier at this point than when the foal gets to be months old. Watch Kelly and see how easy this process is. A little work everyday makes the process very easy. Thank you kindly for watching.

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When it comes to raising foals, a lot of people make the mistake of only loving and rubbing on them and then wonder why their cute babies grow up to be 1,000-pound terrors. If you want a horse to be a respectful, safe partner, you have to prove to him that you're a knowledgeable leader and show him what is expected of him. The younger you can get to a horse and the more consistent you can be, the better you will be at preventing disrespectful or fearful behavior from developing in the first place.

In this lesson learn about desensitizing a foal with objects that move and make a noise. Also learn how to teach your foal to move away from pressure with the Touch and Rub Method exercise.

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This 9 mo old came in yesterday, he'd never been haltered or handled until they loaded him yesterday. It took them an hour to get him captured and caught, I sent about 40 minutes yesterday on his arrival teaching him to think about coming to me.


This 4yo gelding has come in for gentling and starting. They had had to call a vet for sedation every time they ever tried to trim his feet, he is/was highly over-reactive to most things and uncoordinated to boot! This is a 2 day series of teaching a horse to take the bit...

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Here is a link to "The wrong way to imprint a horse" In the below link this so called trainer or horse lover is tormenting this poor foal. She scaring the crap of the horse, she has no concept of pressure and release or giving the horse a right answer, she is being an ignorant predator that is grabbing, restricting and pulling on the scared baby. She is lucky Mama did not kick her ass. Mom was not liking what was being done to this baby, but the idiot human had no clue, she was too busy teaching, too bush being right, too busy thinking she knew what she was doing. This lady probably has 100 other ladies thinking she is so cool and tough and does such a good job since they don't have a clue either. And I think she is listening to guy in wheel chair, who also has no clue what is going on. Any idiot with an ounce of common sense can see that this baby horse is scared, confused, fearful, not learning and is just trying to get away and figure out what the hell is going on. This lady is the typical know it all that thinks forcing and "Showing the horse who is boss" attitude somehow makes her a


Hey everyone! Thank you for watching In this video, I will be working an 8 year old Arabian gelding. He was sent to me because he had extreme disrespect issues and would even walk over the top of people. The owners had used a stud chain on him. During his stay at the ranch, I made them ditch the big bit and stud chain and taught both him and the owners fundamental skills such as softening, ground manners, and trailer loading. He was a completley different horse when he went back, and I am so proud of his progress. I sadly did not get all of the training sessions on film, but I managed to capture this initial round penning session. He had no groundwork experience prior.

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Horses can be frightened by unexpected, unusual or loud noise, which can lead to them bolting; this film shows one method we use to teach them to cope happily with noise. Carriage driving horses often have to cope with rattling carriages, lots of traffic (due to lack of off-road driving routes or being used for commercial work etc) and the prospect of a commotion from harness or something breaking on the carriage. Teaching them to be confident with different noise can stop them kicking out or bolting in fear and this method helps to build their confidence with other things they may encounter, as shown in the film.

We aim to produce horses that are safe, confident and happy in any sphere of harness work, and we often have horses sent to us for retraining that have had an accident or been frightened by something. Therefore part of our training involves getting horses used to as much noise as possible, and