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Why my horse doesn’t respect me

So why my horse doesn t respect me. It depends on horse behaviour. But it can be som other reason as well. Horses are grazing animals and naturally compete for the top spot in the pecking order. It’s clear now that I’m not asking you to go out and fight your horse, but you want to make sure he knows you’re not going to back down. When you practice respect, you should use some form of stress and relaxation or something similar. If your horse doesn’t hear the stress or doesn’t respond well, don’t flinch or panic. Horses learn from release, not from initial stress. This means that if you release the pressure when the horse does something different than you ask, you are showing him how to disrespect you.

Why my horse doesn’t respect me – Prepare

To earn your horse’s respect, you must use these exercises calmly. This will show your horse that you are the leader, but don’t want to cause harm and are trustworthy. I wrote a full blog post, but there are a few different types of workouts depending on your style. All I know is that upfront work is everything.

I like to compromise to help me gain respect. I give way behind or in front of the horse, away from me. I also use backups to my advantage. It’s important to get your horse out of stress right away. Respect is a matter of trust and leadership. With love, your horse will love having a kind leader to help him when he is afraid or insecure. To be a trusted leader, you must have great body language and a good mood.

Always maintain a “safe” body position, straight and head up. This alone can help your horse become more confident. If you want your horse to follow you, turn your body to a more neutral position and avoid eye contact. These are just a few examples of body language that can be used with a horse, but little things can make a big difference.

Not practical enough

Asking a horse to respect and train it should be a daily exercise. While driving, he grooms, cuddles, rides and trains. It doesn’t make sense to practice respect once a week in the arena if you’re not going to practice everywhere. Respect is earned over time, not a few practices.

Why my horse doesn’t respect me – Behavior 

When you walk up to your horse, if you don’t use verbal cues to get him to stop, he should stay away from you, not you. Guarding is the beginning of respect for authority; yielding to country your pressure to achieve is a sign your horse admires you. You can see this behavior in a herd where one dominant horse walks up to the other and asks it to move. When she asked, he agreed. He does this because he ultimately seeks the approval of the other horses in the herd, especially his leader.

To teach your horse to back up, hold the leash and move him. Praise and pet him when he steps back. If he backs off unresponsive, keep squirming more and more aggressively, but always reward him as soon as he backs up.

Personal space

When your horse respects your personal space, he shows respect. A respectful horse won’t invade your space unless you invite it. He shouldn’t hit you or push you when you’re ahead. If it approaches you, it should stop at the distance you set as acceptable and stay there, waiting for your next command. If your horse doesn’t respect your space, you risk being trampled or run over.

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Why my horse doesn’t respect me – Does not show flaws

It is disrespectful and dangerous if your horse exhibits vices or bad habits, such as turning its hindquarters towards you, threatening to kick you, standing up to kick or bite you. This is an aggressive, domineering act that he uses with other horses to show his advantage; using them on you he insists you respect him and vice versa. By learning to control these instincts, he shows you his respect and understands that you are his leader.



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