Carson James answers horse training questions and provides natural solutions for solving horse problems. New episodes every Tuesday. Get more horse training at https://carsonjames.com
What's The Point Of Lunging?
What's the point of lunging and what's the end goal? What are you looking to accomplish when lunging and what exactly should you be doing?
How Do I Get More Confidence?
How do I have more confidence as an owner and rider for my horse? Are you worried your horse may suddenly buck or bolt? How do you get rid of that fear? And what if that actually does happen?
How Much Pressure Do I Use?
When should you be light? When should you be firm? How much pressure is enough? How much is too much?
What Am I Doing Wrong?
Carson James reveals why your horse isn't seeming to "get it" and the small things you may be missing that are the root cause of the problems you're having.
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Carson is the Best!
Whenever I run into a problem with one of my horses, Carson James immediately pops into my thoughts. I start to run down a list of things that I’ve learned from the Buckaroo Crew and his Facebook page. I can’t tell you how happy I was when I was trying to get a cow back in the pasture after he escaped last week and I asked my lead mare to back up and she did it without hesitation.
How much pressure podcast.
I can relate to this method of pressure. I’ve raised to attention deficit sons. Often pressure is not the answer in as much as did they understand the command or task at hand. I like the idea of treating them as children. So does my horse, he is a 5yo saddlebred with nothing but fun and games in mind. Thanks again.
Fantastic horsemanship advice
I love listening to Carson because his advice isn’t full of gimmicks. His approach makes sense to me, and more importantly to my horse. By watching his virtual clinic and many of his videos on different topics, I’ve become better at realizing how to approach any issue my horse might have, and breaking down where the problem really stems from in the first place. I like that it’s never the horses fault, and it’s all about improving my timing and communication.