Western Riding Know How – Watch Online
Riding, Training, Correct Cues and Much, Much More.
Greatly improve your riding ability and your horse’s training. Every horse owner needs to know the information contained in this video.
Do you want to be an exceptionally GOOD HORSEMAN and RIDER?
Want to know the CORRECT CUES to get your horse working well?
If so, this video by California trainer, Larry Trocha is for you.
Here’s what you’ll learn…
- How to use your hands, legs, body, spurs and reins to achieve good performance. Plus all the mistakes to avoid.
- How to cue your horse to pick up the correct lead.
- How to make your horse easy to bridle.
- Correct cues and training to get your horse to stop and back-up well.
- How to make your horse easy to catch.
- Your horse’s EMERGENCY BRAKE and how to apply it.
- Cues for getting a good head-set.
- How to use leg & spur cues to control your horse’s body.
- How to use your hands to get your horse light in the mouth.
- Cues for correct circles and turns on the hindquarters.
- How to get your horse to LOPE SLOW on a loose rein.
- How to use the o-ring snaffle bit and long-shank curb bit.
- The proper cues for the walk, trot, lope and more.
- How to get your horse collected up.
- How to side-pass your horse.
- How to neck rein and direct rein your horse for good turns & better control.
You’ll learn all this plus much, much more!
The information is divided up into 14 CHAPTERS.
Here are the chapter titles:
- Catching, Bridling and Saddling
- Hands, Legs & Body Posture
- Responsiveness & Control
- Turns, Circles & Using the Reins
- Timing the Reins & Cues
- Stopping, Stopping & Stopping
- Your Horse’s Emergency Brake
- Hand & Body Position for the "Double"
- How to Use Leg Aids & Spurs
- The Basics of Collection
- Riding at the Trot, Benefits & Training
- Leads & Lead Departures
- Speed Control at the Lope
- Riding with the Snaffle & Curb Bit
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is this training course available on DVD?
Yes, it is but in my opinion the online footage looks better.
I don’t know much about the internet. Is this online training course easy to access and use?
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I have a slow internet connection. Will I be able to watch the videos?
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The videos are optimized to watch on any devise (computer, tablet or smart phone). If your internet connection is super slow, the videos won’t play well on a computer.
However, they will load and play fine on your smart phone.
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If I want to renew my membership, will I receive a discount?
Yes… a 50% discount if you want to renew.
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About horse trainer, Larry Trocha
Training horses professionally since 1980, Larry Trocha lives in California where he trains and shows horses for the public.
Larry also offers instruction to riders who want to learn reining, cutting or reined cow horse.
Larry is a long-standing member of the NCHA (membership #518) and the AQHA (membership #1187036).
You can contact Larry via his website: HorseTrainingVideos.com
Larry Trocha Training Stable