The Most Important Secrets
You Must Learn
In Order to Train Your Horse How To Jump
You Don’t Have To Be a Professional Horse Trainer In Order To Train Your Horse How To Jump
“Learn how to train your horse how to jump in 10 simple steps”
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All horses are able to jump. Horses are able to jump in the wild if the need to escape from danger. It is very easy to teach a horse how to jump. You can teach a novice horse to jump in 10 simple steps.
You need to make sure your horse can walk, trot and canter in a controlled manner. This training exercise is called pacing. If your horse can pace than the horse will be able to jump. Keep practicing until your horse is able to canter a circle and keep the impulsion going. Once you see they have accomplished this activity than you can begin to teach your horse how to jump.
This exercise requires two people, so it would be a good idea to have a friend, worker of assistant trainer to help you perform this exercise. Introduce poles to your horse. Start with one pole and let the horse walk over it using a long leash and harness. Try not avoiding looking at the pole; keep your eyes looking up. Focus on looking ahead of what is in front of you. Repeat this exercise a couple of times.
Once you have repeated the exercise above several times then have your helper or assistant to include more poles around the school. Next trot over the same poles with your horse until the horse becomes comfortable and relaxed. You will have to repeat this part of exercise until the horse is performing this exercise successfully without looking at the poles.
Spread out five trotting poles approx 3'6" - 4' apart. Begin by walking them around the area; make sure you approach the poles from both directions, then progress to trot. Try not to keep your training sessions long. The training sessions turn out more successful if the training sessions are short. A training session should be fifteen minutes long. Fifteen-minute secession is plenty of time for a young horse. The horse will learn plenty from these secessions. Begin the secession the following day.
Check back in tomorrow for the second half of the blog where you’ll learn the last five steps to train your horse how to jump and including tips and tricks for becoming a professional at horse rider.