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Most have been featured on Television, Radio interviews, books, etc. and all are horsemen of integrity, skill and a real understanding of the equine mind. Attending clinics will develop a better understanding  and deeper respect for horses.
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Bryan NeubertOur definition: Getting your horse in a position and in a frame of mind to accept a request, whatever that may be.       
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Horsemanship Tip-
The thing that makes horses different from motorcycles or golf carts is we are getting involved with something that thinks.
"Natural horsemanship" style of training begins is us asking/pressure (pressure can be looking, leaning, stepping toward...) we start with the least amount of pressure the horse will acknowledge and then we... WAIT!
We wait for the horse to figure it out. If the horse is trying to figure it out... we DON"T increase the pressure. We want the horse to figure it out, we are on the same team. Increasing the pressure when the horse is trying is just a distraction for the horse. It's not a fight, no one loses if you need to stop, take a step back to where the horse does understand and then in a more clear way ( different way) try again.
We release ALL the pressure on the thought, (the smallest gesture) from the horse. TIMING is critical. Enjoy your horses!