In these videos, you’ll see me working with Milan, a young and sensitive horse.
We’ve already done the basics of the groundwork and he has a full understanding of the bridle, girth and tools.
There’s a lot of reasons why I double lunge my horses, one of them being that the horse learns to follows the rein.
But for young horses, there’s a lot of added bonuses to double lunging them.
Like what to do when the rein touches their rump, or when they see you making weird movements from left eye, right eye.
It prepares them for the riding and prevents any kind of accidents from occurring.
I explain more about all the different reasons in the video below: