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What you need to realize is that we are training from the front to the back. Get the front correct, and the back will follow.


get wound up and then get to unload into the spin with per- fect relaxed, poised-for-action position. The spin is the easiest part of the whole drill! So now we’re back to trying


to fix a horse that was unstable behind. Try kicking him out of the spin a few times. Get him going around, and when things start to get wobbly in back, put the outside spur into him and make him JUMP out of the spin —and I mean jump! What happens is if that back end isn’t anchored down in the ground, he won’t have anything to push off from. Since his back legs are going to be a litle crossed up, since he’s moving them, he’ll


slip and stumble trying to get his back end organized and underneath him so he can push off. Horses need ground for security and balance. You take away their security, and they don’t like it. Do that a couple of times and you can bet that your horse is going to keep his back legs up under him where he’s ready to jump out, and that’s also exactly where you want them for the spin. Go in and out of the spin this way, two or three times. You’ll find a spot where he will start quit moving his back end and when he does, stop and reward him.


–Les


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