P4 Why use STATIONARY targets? Riding, loading, jumping and more…

As you’ll know by now if you’ve watched this series – targeting is a versatile and oh-so-useful training technique. This video is all about the third type of nose targeting, using a stationary target.

You’ll learn:

– How to introduce stationary targets

and then how to use them for training:

– standing tied
– injections
– overcoming saddle fear
– first ridden steps on a horse
– teaching and improving steering cues when riding
– to improve forwards motivation when riding
– to teach positive jumping
– for horseback archery

Enjoy 🙂 

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And, if you missed the other videos in this targeting series, you can watch them here:

P1 What is Targeting? And why is it so USEFUL?

P2 Why Teach Your Horse to Touch a Target? De-Spooking, Rein-Back, Loading and More…

P3 Why teach your horse to FOLLOW a target?? Lunging, lateral work, stretch down and more…

P4 Why use STATIONARY targets? Riding, loading, jumping and more…


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