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Jonathan Field: Building Partnership through Leadership Video

Learn how to keep your horse focused in distracting situations with trainer Jonathan Field.

February 2012 Extra

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Trainer and clinician Jonathan Field demonstrates how to develop a partnership with your horse and keep him focused on you, even when distractions arise. For more on this topic, see the Natural Horsemanship column in the February 2012 issue of Horse Illustrated.

 

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Marion    Sussex, NJ

11/17/2014 6:51:05 AM

I really like this gentleman Jonathan Field, I think he's kinder than the Parillis and even Anderson. Kindness goes a long long way!

Adley    Somewhere, KS

11/6/2014 5:47:15 AM

Excellant job of gaining his trust outside. Although for the advanced amature, we still have trouble with these areas at times. Then I think I would go to ground work, he rode it though, but a couple of times, it might have been a ground work time for me.

Joanne Ladouceur    Tiny, ON

7/10/2014 10:16:31 AM

Love what you have on the video. Can watch what you do for control of the horse & how to do that by what you show. You explain stuff well as you say what the horse is doing & how to bring him back under control. That is what I like to know the why & how to fix it to keep me safe. I'm an older rider in my 60's & need that. Love your program's. I'm form Ont. Canada & seen you at the equine show in Orange in 2013 was great.

Christine    Barrie, ON

2/28/2014 9:21:55 PM

An on the spot demonstration of gaining control.
It could have gone badly - a real fight of wills. But Jonathan Field remained calm and keeping to his plan, he brought the horse around. It took repeated measures however. Perhaps we tend to give up too quickly when we don't get immediate results. But determined persistence paid off.
They got their quiet, controlled ride at the end.
Thanks for this lesson.

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