Tips on getting your horse “soft” from The Horse Show.
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The principle of pressure and release is a very simple one, and one that has provided the basis of horse training and riding for thousands of years.
To learn more about pressure and release, what it is and why it is so important in horse training, go to the main website and read a full-length article here.
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