Determining an individual horse’s
level of sensitivity isn’t hard. There
are many clues: breed, type, age,
facial expressions and posture.
When I handle a horse from the
ground, I notice the horse’s reaction when I first bump the rope.
If I give a pretty good tug and get
no response, I know I may have
to use a stronger cue next time.
If the horse overreacts, I know
I’ve got a sensitive animal on
my hands and I will slow down
and use less. The same goes for
cueing under saddle.
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