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Technorati Profile Icelandic Horse gaiting naturally, bareback, in halter (bitless).
What Gait Is This Icelandic Horse Doing? 2
Look at the diagonals of this Icelandic Horse and see if they are landing together; check out the relationship of the diagonals to the laterals, and the timing of the footfalls. http://iceryder.net
What Gait Is This Icelandic Horse Doing?
We analyze the gaits of gaited horses to determine which easy, soft, smooth gait they are doing. This is an Icelandic Horse mare, doing her natural gait.
Icelandic Horse Head Down Exercise
This is an Icelandic Horse doing the head down (calm down) exercise, with clicker training.
Icelandic Horse Ringing Bell
This is Cookie, an Icelandic Horse mare, ringing a bicycle bell, just for fun, with clicker training.
Leslie Desmond, True Horsemanship Through Feel 2
Leslie Desmond, co-author of True Horsemanship Through Feel, shown at a recent clinic in California.
Leslie Desmond, True Horsemanship Through Feel
Leslie Desmond, horseman, horse trainer, clinician shares some of her insights about horses and horse training.
Brandon Carpenter, Cookie Cutter Horse Training Methods
Brandon Carpenter, horseman, horse trainer, clinician, shares his insights about cookie cutter training methods.
Sokki, Icelandic Horse, Natural Gait
This is Sokki, a 15 year old Icelandic Horse, gaiting naturally with no shoes, no boots, no weights, no pinching saddle, no noseband, no heavy contact, no ventroflexed frame.
Icelandic Filly Says No
Icelandic Horse filly learns to say "no".
- Nov 24, 2008 3:23 AM Hurting the Icelandic Horses
- Nov 16, 2008 9:17 PM How A Horse Eats Watermelon
- Sep 19, 2008 5:01 AM Pictures 2008
- Jun 16, 2008 11:37 AM Check out this video: Two Min preview Naked Running
- May 21, 2008 5:43 AM Take a look at this
- Status: Married
- Zodiac Sign: Taurus