The outside rein is a critical element in how a horse turns, shapes his body, and balances. It determines the horse’s length of frame, bending, and accuracy.
I can tell you from experience every successful horse trainer understands the importance of the outside rein. They all put that knowledge to use every day they ride or drive horses but ask them to explain it, and things seem to fall apart.
Why doesn’t everyone explain it this way?
I was well into my first decade of training horses before I had the slightest clue of an understanding of the outside rein. Despite extensive lessons with top professionals in the field, no one could make it easy to understand.
Once I developed my understanding of this important training concept, I went about finding a way to put it into term that anyone can understand.
This class is all about saving you the decades of trial and error most have to go through to understand this critical concept in equestrianism. You’ll learn exercises that will allow you to personally experience the balancing properties of the outside rein. Finally, you’ll receive lesson plans that will help you develop the outside as your go-to balancing aid.
Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your communication with your horse while gaining better balance and accuracy. Sign up now to be sure that you have this tool available the next time you’re working your horse.
Included In This Class
This class includes a comprehensive live class recording with easy to understand explanations on the concept of the outside rein. You’ll get guidance for exercises you can do at home to put that understanding to use.
Most importantly, you’ll get guidance on how to work your horse through lesson plans to improve his balance and bending through the outside rein.
6 Months Access
Signing up for this class will give 6 months access to the class page where you can view the entire class, and ask questions about the class.
Keep Everything You Download
The class recording and all of the other class resources can be downloaded to your computer to view anytime you like. Once they are on your computer, you can keep and view them for as long as you like!
Donna O’Neil (verified owner) –
This has been a very useful lesson to me. I inadvertently created a problem where my pony would not turn. He would drop his shoulder and pivot around his inside foreleg, creating a dangerous situation. Our program got interrupted due to a forest fire and evacuation, but now working through the touch up lessons. Can’t wait to subscribe to my next lesson!