Videos tagged with "instruction"

Sagari - Jump Out Jockey Cam 5/3/13 [01:18]
Sagari having a Jump Out on the course proper here at Randwick whilst equipped with the Jockey Cam. The instructions were to take a hold coming out of the gates and settle her at the tail of the field to work home strongly 5/3/13

The Key to Training Success - Patience, Consistency, Kindness [01:41]
Spring 2012 (First year off the track) 5yo off the track Quarter Horse to be used for barrel racing and dressage. Had an issue of head tossing at the start of his training. This issue was fixed with NO equipment changes, NO rough training methods or harsh bits/equipment (was being ridden in a Myler snaffle), NO trank or other types of supplements used to "calm" a horse (ie - equine chill) and NO professional riding/training (only riding done by myself without professional instruction). FYI - this issue was fixed within about a month, maybe less. The tools used to fix this issue were: PATIENCE - getting frustrated causes tension in the rider which transfers to the horse making it impossible for him to relax into the contact and become supple and engaged. Also, losing patience and yanking the rein when soft, consistent contact doesn't seem to be creating results is counterproductive and could irritate the horse or (on a more sensitive horse) upset the horse to the point where they do not trust you enough to work for you. CONSISTENCY - In order for an issue like this to be resolved on a young horse, the rider must always be giving the same message as to not confuse the horse. Every time the head is tossed, contact is held and leg pressure is increased to push the horse into the contact. When he softens and brings his head down he is rewarded - a "good boy" and a pat on the neck with a slight decrease in rein contact tells him he did something right. If this is done the same ...

Silver Target first race at saratoga [06:46]
Silver Target ,had this race won ,but the jockey against instructions decided to use his whip ,the horse ducked out and the rest is history. if he had just ridden him out he would have won.

Preakness Stakes 2012 - I'll Have Another Wins (5-19-2012) [01:15]
It was an exciting race at the Preakness Stakes. The race came down to the very end, with I'll Have Another challenging Bodemeister to win the race. It looked like Bodemeister was going to win, but I'll Have Another managed to edge ahead at the end of the race The horse, with jockey Mario Gutierrez, went from 15-to-1 shot to Kentucky Derby winner two weeks ago. Now the three-year-old colt is the only competitor in the field with a chance to capture the sport's elusive Triple Crown. I'll Have Another became the first horse since 2008 to win the first two legs of the Triple Crown, edging Bodemeister again in a thrilling finish to the 137th running of the Preakness Stakes Saturday at sun-splashed Pimlico Race Course. O'Neill said prior to the race that what worked at 1¼ miles in a 20-horse field at Churchill Downs won't necessarily fly in the 13/16-mile middle leg of the Triple Crown, since Pimlico is known for its tight turns and speed-favoring surface. And it turned out to be a differeent race completely. O'Neill vowed to change instructions for 25-year-old upstart jockey Mario Gutierrez before the 11 starters go to the gate. "We'll be involved early," he said earlier this week. Bodemeister was the 3-2 favorite over the Derby winner, who entered the race at 3-1. But he competed for the sixth time this season and third time in five weeks. Tom Chukas, president of the Maryland Jockey Club, said he was happy with the race-day turnout, especially in the packed infield, and ...
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Polo Wrapping 101 [03:52]
This is an instructional video of how I wrap polos on my horses. I know there are slightly different ways to do it, I am not in any way saying this is "right". However you wrap, make sure that you are good at it before you work your horse in them. It is not difficult to injure a horse with miswrapped polos. I like polos because they breathe and give an even pressure all around the leg. I do also have sport boots which I use occasionally (especially if I'm in a hurry) and I always finish off polos or boots with bell boots. If your skeptical about polos, wrap your own leg and run around...it really helps stablize! Any questions, just ask!
Tags: horse, polo, wraps, sport, boots, rodeo, barrel, racing, jumping, pony, horses, riding, equestrian, western

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