Human use of horse steroids

“What a person has in their mind to present to the horse needs to be something that’s possible for a horse to actually do. Then the person has to be able to understand it themselves, through feel, and apply it in a way that the horse can understand. This is difficult because no two horses are the same, and there’s plenty of adjusting a person needs to figure on for this. Even if the picture they have is okay, when they handle a horse with more firmness than he needs, they’ll get a wrong response nearly every time and think the horse is at fault. When that’s their thinking, they’re liable to just apply a lot more pressure on the horse – which really mixes him up. And from the horse’s response, the person can get the idea that he doesn’t want to do what they’d like him to do. This is correct in a way, but it’s really just because the horse can’t figure out what they want him to do, because he doesn’t understand that pressure-feel they put on him in the first place. What makes this so bad is that those horses – I’ll say most horses – would cooperate if they could only understand.” – Bill Dorrance

Human use of horse steroids

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