Watching more of Joseph Newcomb's videos and over and over he speaks to developing a horse correctly, giving them a good foundation. This might be philosophical, but is there anything objective to developing a horse "correctly?" What does this mean? Is there literature out there that defines what correct is for your discipline, etc? Or is this only something that comes from subjective trial and error passed down from great horseman to great horseman, to teach those of us that aspire to be something beyond average. What I gather is... training a horse to respond to cues using near undetectable aids because the horse is sensitive enough to respond and maintain in self-carriage. A language of pressure and release. Sounds too simple though. What say you?