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Preview: Todd Bergen: The Difference Between the Cutting and Reining Turn-Around

Todd Bergen is one of the world’s most versatile horseman. What he can teach you transcends all equine disciplines. Todd demonstrates the difference between the Cutting and Reining turn-around. In these videos you will learn:
* How a horse functions differently between the two turns
* How the cutting turn is about drawing back
* Which foot is the pivot foot in the cutting turn
* How Todd gets his horse’s soft on the inside before teaching the turn.
* How to get control of the horses inside front foot first before teaching the turn
* Why its important to get control of the shoulders of a horse for all disciplines.
* Why the reining turn is more of a lateral motion and the shoulders are more stood up
* What to do if your horse is drawing back too much.
Plus more

Part 1
Todd shows you how to get control of the inside front and following their nose first before teaching the turn. He also demonstrates how he wants them to be soft on the inside of the body.
Part 2
In part 2 Todd explains how to help a horse move its inside hind foot to help set up the outside hind pivot foot. He also emphasizes the importance of teaching a horse to find the release rather than forcing it.
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How I got started: I started showing in 4H as a kid and then went to breed shows here you had to learn how to show all types of horses. I’m not from a horse family so I learned from a lot of guys.
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