Horsemanship for Gait with Rick Brighton DVD
Level 1 - Basic Horsemanship
Length: 75 minutes
Bring Out the Best in You and Your Gaited Horse!
Whether you own a gaited horse, thinking about buying one, or just want to know more about riding them. The newly released “Horsemanship for Gait with Rick Brighton” gaited horse training DVD is a must have. This informative DVD is easy to understand and follow for novice to advanced riders. There is always something more you can learn. Includes how to bring out the best relationship and gait in your gaited horse showcasing how good horsemanship and respect for the horse enhance both the horse and rider.
In this DVD you will learn how to:
- give clear cues using your hands and legs
- get your horse more relaxed, willing, and trusting
- develop your horse's muscles to establish a smooth and comfortable walk or gait
- improve your horse's gait from the pace or trot
- identify various gaits with descriptions and examples in slow motion and real time!
- teach your horse how to be rear wheel drive (engaged) instead of front wheel drive (heavy on the forehand)
- develop a better relationship with your horse
Price: $40.00 (+tax & $5 shipping). Call 425-226-6943 to purchase your DVD today!
Rick Brighton is a respected certified resistance free horsemanship trainer, instructor, and clinician with experience training, showing, evaluating, and instructing riders with gaited horses. He has trained and shown successfully at regional and world levels. Rick is an examiner for the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse Association and is experienced and trained in equine reproduction, shoeing, bitting and saddle fitting. He supports natural sound horses and does not use mechanical or artificial devices (heavy shoes, chains, chemicals, etc.) to enhance gait.
Rick's natural gaited horsemanship program helps riders improve their communication, feel, timing, and their horse's gait using a quiet, gentle approach. His sought after techniques are simple, easy to understand and follow. He teaches how to work with your horse using a good heart and being respectful to them, building trust and confidence in both horse and rider.