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Preview: Graham Amos : Importance of Bend Through the Horse in the Stop

Graham Amos is arguably one of Australia’s finest horseman. He has had a huge influence on the Cutting Horse Industry in both the Australia and the United States: In these first two videos we have released (more to come), Graham demonstrates and discusses the importance of having bend in your horse in the stop to help them prepare for the turn-around! In these two videos you will learn:

* Why cutting is like dancing with a partner
* Why and how he uses his legs in dry work before he works a cow
* The footfall pattern of a horses front feet in the turn
* Why bend is so important through the horses body in the stop
* Why you need to stop the horse with cow side rein a little shorter than herd side

Categories: Training, Training On Cows. • Tags: dry work.
Part 1
Graham discusses and demonstrates how and why he wants his horses to place their front feet in the turn. He also shows you how he likes to feel horse be reluctant to walk stright up to a cow.
Part 2
Graham works his horse on cattle and doesn't talk a lot throughout the work because he is focussed on working on the topics he presents to us in part 1.
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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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