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Episodes

Undoing round-penning and thinking energy means go away. Teaching him to think and engage under pressure.
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Suggestions to improve the saddling, guiding, sending past the shoulder, using the reins and getting a thought change under saddle
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Showing a brumby that hooks on and freezes to search and find movement at liberty
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In depth commentary with insights into signs of nervousness and steps to take to help build trust in a nervous horse
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Techniques to better Centre this Yearling and Training to use to Avoid Pushiness and Reliance on Us
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Floating + Managing Horse Over-reactions: How to help a horse that goes from anxious gaze to anxious explosive and a horse that is over-sensitive to it's back; help with getting breaching bars on or not causing leaning on them; an aggressive floater. Also whether to use a bitless bridle or not?
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Specific tips on leading a highly nervous horse and a blind horse; reducing the initial brace to a lead pressure or poll pressure; and getting a horse to think into a bend
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This is a conversation with Mark, as he explains some of his training concepts and how they piece together to form his unique approach to horse training: training their mind as well as their body. He covers Being a Tree, Where to Begin, being Effective, Aggressive Feeding time, Facing up when you don't want them to. It's a great short introduction into some of Mark's philosophy and the complexities of what he is looking for as he teaches.
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This episode covers Separation Anxiety, or I like to call it, Connection Disability. Offering some practical solutions with exercises to try to reducing the problems caused by it. Also, should a mare in season be in training? And advice for the times when you just have to get a horse loaded in an emergency.
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Creating leading softness and flow in a dull, young horse. Techniques for getting softness. Also adding a belly rope from a higher position.
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Full lesson of me training this gazy ex race horse who has a stiff, rushy trot into soft body control and steering. A lot in this one!
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Helping this horse by empowering him with movement and freeing up his brace
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Advice for a horse that doesn't want to stay in a float and can be hard to get in.
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Looking at how the reins are being used in more detail; and how to improve a response to backing up undersaddle.
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This week Mark talks about the physical and mental process he sees happen to horses when they have a shift in their mindset and are suddenly open to learning rather than disassociating or shutting out. He also examines some of the processes that we can do to help a worried horse be braver; and offers advice for anyone disheartened by their training results.
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