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Horse trainer Martin Black says he never stops learning, and that's key to being a good horseman.
"At my clinics, I say that there's nobody there that learns any more than I do," he says. "I watch every horse, trying to figure out what problems that horse is having with that person. It's rewarding when I can help bring them closer together and see a change in the horse."
Martin says he sees a lot of horses having people problems. Or maybe it's people having ego problems.
Whatever the problem between horse and rider, Martin has practical solutions that he shares in AQHA's Horse Training Techniques with Martin Black downloadable e-book.
Martin focuses on:
" Ways to constantly continue your horse training education
" Learning to think from your horse's perspective and find new ways to ask for your desired response
" Riders' balance and avoiding getting in your horse's way.
" Horse fitness and keeping your horse at an ideal weight, which makes him more willing to learn and train
" Horses' hindquarters and how to teach them to back
" Communicating correctly for transitions
Get the full story on these topics and more in Horse Training Techniques with Martin Black for just $14.95. You can download and print the report immediately after check out, or you can save it to your computer for future reading.
This e-book is a great resource for beginners and experts alike.
Here's a glimpse at what's inside Horse Training Techniques with Martin Black:
Whatever movement the horse is making - forward, backward or sideways - there is a center of gravity. From the center of gravity, if you experiment with positioning your weight, you will discover a place that you can feel your horse move freer and more easily. This spot is not in relation to a certain position in the saddle, necessarily, but where your weight is in relation to the center of gravity as the horse is in motion.
As the horse moves, this spot will change with each step, because it is affected by where the horse is placing the hind feet and pushing or pulling with the hindquarters. It is also affected by how the horse is placing the front feet to balance the power initiated by the hindquarters and, last but not least, how the horse can position the head and neck.
Get more great horse training information with Horse Training Techniques with Martin Black!