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Horse Training Videos with Jonathan Field

These four videos will give you some simple-yet-effective ideas for working with your horse on the ground and under saddle.

December 2010 Extra

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Don't let your training routine become repetitive and boring. Canadian horsemanship trainer and clinician Jonathan Field offers some advice on simple ways to keep training fun, fresh and productive for you and your horse. Check out the videos below for tips on cross-training your horse.


Using nothing more than a log on the ground, you can improve your communication with your horse through some simple games and exercises.




Hill work under saddle is a great way to improve your horse's fitness and keep your training routine interesting.




Mixing up your training routine requires nothing more than a barrel, a cone, and a place to ride.




If you have a small hill on your property or at your boarding stable, you have a great place to work with your horse.



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Marion    Sussex, NJ

11/22/2014 6:30:11 AM

Really good training videos

Marion    Sussex, NJ

10/30/2014 3:46:29 AM

Hill Work Under Saddle is so much like what I teach fearful students with skiing. Always look 20 or 30 feet ahead and plan you move, don't look at the whole picture if you are afraid of the hill, just little pieces at a time.

Marion    Sussex, NJ

10/29/2014 5:38:46 AM

Like the idea of backing up that hill and around some bushes, but where we live, one there are more ticks out there than you want to be around, so that you won't work. But I like the idea a lot!

Marion    Sussex, NJ

10/28/2014 3:47:56 AM

Like the cone and barrel exercise too, have to try that one next.

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