Lead Two Horses Safely

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Husbandry topics are items that help the horse owner manage the horses in their care. There are a lot more topics to add, but these will get you started with the basics.
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The other time is when you have a lot of work and little help. When this happens and you absolutely need to lead two horses together, let me show you a trick that works almost every time. Look at the picture and watch the short video and you will see that two cantankerous horses can easily be easily controlled.

(28 seconds long – and sorry about the wind noise)

I really hope this helps a few of you. This is such a good habit to get into with every pair of horses you lead. But beware. On occasion the two horses really pull hard and the ropes will pull out of your hand causing burns or a halter breaks. Be sure to let go if it becomes too much for you. It is very important to remain calm, breath, and say NOTHING until they stop pulling. Saying anything is rewarding bad behavior which the most common training mistake of horse owner.


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The other time is when you have a lot of work and little help. When this happens and you absolutely need to lead two horses together, let me show you a trick that works almost every time. Look at the picture and watch the short video and you will see that two cantankerous horses can easily be easily controlled.

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