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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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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.

Carol    Williamsburg, VA

8/27/2012 12:13:35 PM

Jonathan Field was excellent in his presentation! As a teacher, I think the hardest part is making sure you are clear with your explanation, otherwise, what's the point of the exercise? Mr. Field was excellent in both his demonstration and explanation. I'm ready to tackle my horse with a "plan". Thanks for the help.

cindy    busarow, MT

8/26/2012 7:30:39 PM

awesome... he's great and informative and explains really well.. so one can actually DO it in the situation

well done

shokrram    Bellingham, WA

6/18/2012 1:24:57 PM

This I enjoyed very much. Love the willingness to present in actual circumstances and not in the usual calm, controlled environment. Looking forward to more of THIS trainer. Great instruction and attention to what cues indicate reconnecting focus and leadership. THANK YOU

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