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Australian horseman Mark Langley answers questions on common horse problems. This week: tips on getting a horse to stand still when you are mounting; keeping your personal space - how to say 'no' respectfully; getting a horse to move past your shoulder without driving - tips and what to watch out for; teeth grinding: will it stop?; and introducing legs to a horse who hates legs. Learn more from Mark Langley through his Online Training Videos 7 day FREE trial $15/mth https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers questions on horse problems using methods that help horses to understand, reduce anxiety and improve their relationship with us. Today: Pinned ears in a filly: how to build good feelings; helping a young horse that falls in on the trot on one side; keeping momentum with feel (if they keep stopping); and calming anxiety when your horse sees other horses leaving. Learn from home from Mark’s online training videos + Challenge. Just $15/mth 7 day free trial. https://www.equineability.com.au
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers questions on horse problems using methods that help horses to understand, reduce anxiety and improve their relationship with us. Today: what should you do when a horse tries to bite you? Ignore it? Reprimand it? New horse owners – if you are doing ground work, should you do it away from your other horses or with them? Mouthiness – annoying and often disruptive yet playful – what can you do to manage it?; and how to create boundaries to help with concentration on trail when you ‘loose’ your horse. Learn from home from Mark’s online training videos + Challenge. Just $15/mth 7 day free trial. https://www.equineability.com.au
Australian Mark Langley answers a horsemanship question: how to connect with the horizon horses - the ones that are constantly looking out ahead, freeze on trail and turn into a giraffe.  Learn more from Mark with hundreds of others, through his inspiring Online Training Videos: https://www.EquineAbility.com.au/join  
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers members' questions to help them increase their understanding of how to train in a way that helps your horse to reduce anxiety and improve softness, balance and motivation.  Learn more from Mark from home through his online training video's + Challenge for just $15/mth 7 DAY FREE TRIAL https://www.equineability.com.au/join Ask Mark a question by joining his online membership!
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers members' questions to help them increase their understanding of how to train in a way that helps your horse to reduce anxiety and improve softness, balance and motivation.  Learn more from Mark from home through his online training video's + Challenge for just $15/mth 7 DAY FREE TRIAL https://www.equineability.com.au/join Ask Mark a question by joining his online membership!
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers members' questions to help them increase their understanding of how to train in a way that helps your horse to reduce anxiety and improve softness, balance and motivation.  Learn more from Mark from home through his online training video's + Challenge for just $15/mth 7 DAY FREE TRIAL https://www.equineability.com.au/join Ask Mark a question by joining his online membership!
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers a members question: "My Gypsy Cob's response to something he doesn't want to do is to turn away and go - this response seems ingrained in him - how can I set us up for safety and success for those unexpected situations?"  Learn from Mark at home, online training videos just $15/mth https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers a members question: "I ask for a change but as soon as I let go his mind wanders right back to the distraction place. How can I help him to get back and stay with me?"  Learn from Mark at home, online training videos just $15/mth https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers a members question: "I have a young 4 yr old who seems to get very annoyed at everything I ask of him. How do I ask 'yes' questions?"  Learn from Mark at home, online training videos just $15/mth https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers a members question: "how do you stop a horse leaking to the inside? As soon as my hands come back to centre he leaks back in. He has a massive draw to the middle."  Learn from Mark at home, online training videos just $15/mth https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers a members question: "If I am riding on the trail with my horse and he stops dead, fixed on something, how am I best to handle this?"  Learn from Mark at home, online training videos just $15/mth https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers a members question: "How to settle a mare outside and bring her mind back. She gazes off into the distance."  Learn from Mark at home, online training videos just $15/mth https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers horsemanship questions: this week: How can we exercise a horse without lunging? You might have come across conflicting advice in the horsemanship circles about pressure or discomfort and the pros and cons of using these in training. Mark helps to shed light on this: Do horses need pressure to learn? They are busy eating grass - how to gain their attention without causing anxiety. Learn more from Mark Langley through his online training videos - access over 300 and get the 7 day free trial. https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australia Horseman Mark Langley answers members' horse related questions. This week he answers questions on: helping to get a calm canter in a pony that is calm in the trot but rushes in the canter; how to avoid a tug of war with picking up the back feet; how to stop ears back on a trail ride - is it due to lack of confidence?; exercises to help a rushy horse walk calmly beside you; and why a flag is having no effect connecting with a windsucker and what you can do to gain a connection with them To learn more from Mark and access his +300 training videos and ask him a question, go to https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Horseman Mark Langley answers questions to help horses through techniques that improve understanding & a calm connection. This week: How do I stop my filly pawing? How to correct a horse that won’t come straight off a float? And how to help a draft x who is difficult getting on a float. Learn more from Mark through his Online Training Videos - 7 day FREE trial - https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley gives horsemanship advice for a calmer, more connected relationship. This week he helps with: Problems bridling a 4 yr old filly; riding exercises for a 6 yr old daughter to practice; tips to maintain a balanced canter; how to pick feet up in the back up.
Australian Horseman Mark Langley answers questions from Online Members this week on: - How to create a new behaviour when your horse steps back at the mounting block as you go to get on - Managing aggression when horses eating - Helping a horse who is petrified of cows - Helping an unsettled horse who chases his paddock companion   Join hundreds of others learning Online from Mark Langley Online for just $15 - access over 300 training videos - https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian Horseman Mark Langley talks to members of a Horsewomen Group live on zoom and helps to answer some of their horsemanship and horse related questions. This is a supportive and informal chat with some of the members; learn from Mark's philosophy behind his successful horsemanship approach to help horses and their owners. The videos that Mark refers to in this podcast can be watched through his Online Training Videos which you can access for just $15/mth with a 7 day free trial. https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian Mark Langley answers horsemanship questions. This week, is there an advantage to using a bit? How to catch a mare before she gets pushed away by the others. Exercises to correct a dropped head/ bracey/ heavy flex. And how do you know when a horses training lesson should end? Learn more from Mark Langley Online through his training videos at https://www.EquineAbility.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers questions to help train your horse with a Calm Connection. This week: How to respond to ears back at the trot; how to manage a horse who is aggressive when ponying (leading another horse); how to keep a horse out on a circle when long reining; how to build confidence on a green horse; how to train a 9mth old colt who bucks on a loose rope; and how to work out the indirect rein. Learn more from Mark Langley from his Online Horsemanship Training videos - just $15/mth https://www.equineability.com.au/join (We apologise for the slightly poor quality of this audio which was recorded in an unusual location.)
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers members' questions on horsemanship. This week: What to offer as alternative to lunging to take the edge of a horse?; how to help a frightened pony who scoots away from the left leg but is okay with the right; ideas to keep a mares head low in carriage; how to flex without going around in a circle; how to maintain a straight line long reining; how to help a young horse go forward who doesn't want to; how to apply ointment to a horses face who is very nervous of things there. You can join hundreds of others learning about Mark Langley through his online training videos. Free for the first 7 days. https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Mark Langley answers horsemanship questions this week from a take back in 2019 when he was in Germany. This week, Mark helps with: What to do with a horse that has lots of energy; how to help a pony that refuses to leave the group; does a horse that trusts you still pull the wool over your eyes?; and how to manage an alpha mare who dislikes people. Learn more from Mark Langley from his Online Training Videos - just $15/mth: https://www.equineability.com.au/join
Australian horseman Mark Langley answers horsemanship questions. This week: - Herd disagreements - Mark explains why a mare suddenly turned on a paddock mate - How to spend time with one horse without another pushing it away from you - Yanking on the bit at a trot, how to correct it - Advice on picking up feet - How to stop rubbing - How to introduce donkeys - How to canter on the other leg and get it each time - Should you travel whilst your horse is uncomfortable in the float? - Should you walk, trot and lope on the first ride of a colt start?   Join hundreds of others learning from Mark's online training videos. Free 7 day trial. https://www.equineability.com.au/join  
Australian Horseman Mark Langley answers questions this week from his online members: How to get a 100% connection; how to help a horse relax with people especially when they are holding an object; advice on bringing an OTT back into work; how to build a relationship with a mare that was recently started who flattens her ears when you approach with the saddle; what age should you start a horse?; how to lift a patient's spirits who are stable bound?; correcting a horse that goes straight to canter when you want a fast trot; how to help lower a horse's head when riding; how to get the back up.
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Podcast Details

Created by
marklangleyhorsemanship
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Mar 11th, 2020
Latest Episode
Apr 17th, 2021
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
59
Avg. Episode Length
41 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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