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Preview: Graham Amos: How to Get a Horse to Watch a Cow

“You need to teach your horse to watch the cow first, follow it and then you can put a style on him!” Graham Amos also wants you to be very aware of what your horse is thinking, and treat him the way you like to be treated. In this awesome three part videos series you will learn:

* How to get your to watch and follow a cow
* How you prepare your horse for the turn
* Why horses stop stopping
* How to teach yourself about the bubble of a cow
* When to get in and out of the bubble of a cow
* Exercises to get more bend in your horse
* How to teach a horse about his position on a cow
* How to keep a horse thinking and why you don’t keep criticizing him

Part 1
Graham demonstrates how to teach your horse to watch the cow and how to prepare him for the turn. He also explains why horses stop stopping.
Part 2
In part two Graham shows you how to get more bend in your horse and how to teach yourself about the bubble of a cow.
Part 3
Graham works stale cattle and uses them to help build confidence and to teach your horse about position on a cow. He also explains why you have to allow your horses to think for themselves.
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How I Got Started: When I was rodeoing in the late 1960’s I saw Greg Lougher (Legendary Californian Horseman who introduced cutting to Australia) give a cutting demonstration.
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