Discussion in 'Horse Training' started by MuckMuck, Sep 11, 2017.
I'm glad someone has finally explained the proper way this is done.
I will practice this later.
Do you think I should figure out what their chickenalities are before attempting any games?
The appropriate chicken safety equipment is always required.
Remember to wear your helmet and gloves.
Watch to the end for the Parelli dig.
It's ideal for NHers. Gets a dig in at other NH trainers and dressage people and longeing.
I think safety equipment for chickens may also include leggins, chaps, or chinks. You know... since they have spurs.
I try to match my spurs to my roosters' spurs.... that makes our partnership more harmonious.
I want to see his advanced videos.
Ground work with chickens all the way through to
Chicken fried steak.
You are alway is such a rush!
Lets just start with chicken salad at first, shall we.
Wouldn't want to start with fried eggs?
Free lunging a free range Western chicken should not be confused with trying to line lunge an English coop chicken and that is a very different discussion indeed.
What about line driving a free range Western Chicken?
That would be your prerequisite to driving Four Cochins in hand.
Let's not discipline bash shan't we.
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