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Vinyl Lettering,  Custom Names and Numbers,  Decals and Stickers

Vinyl Lettering, Custom Names and Numbers, Decals and Stickers

PayPal - $1.99 2d 11h 37m
Gooseneck Backup Mirror

Gooseneck Backup Mirror

PayPal - $39.95 27d 14h
Horse # 9 - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

Horse # 9 - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

PayPal - $59.99 5d 16h 26m
Smiley Face - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

Smiley Face - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

PayPal - $59.99 5d 17h 6m
3 Horse WB Size Aluminum Slant Load Bumper Pull Trail-et Horse Trailer

3 Horse WB Size Aluminum Slant Load Bumper Pull Trail-et Horse Trailer

PayPal - $7,950.00 6d 20h 41m
Slant Horse Trailer narrow sized water tank New Release

Slant Horse Trailer narrow sized water tank New Release

PayPal - $134.99 6d 22h 52m
Deer # 4 - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

Deer # 4 - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

PayPal - $59.99 5d 17h 51m
2004 Cotner   Horse Cow Stock Trailer

2004 Cotner Horse Cow Stock Trailer

PayPal -
$3,500.00
$5,000.00
2d 20h 48m
Peace #2 - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

Peace #2 - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

PayPal - $59.99 26d 15h 28m
Moon # 2 - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

Moon # 2 - Custom Spare Tire Cover - Wheel Cover

PayPal - $59.99 5d 16h 50m

 

How to Train Your Horse To Trailer Load
If you're having trouble loading your horse, I strongly suggest the investment of $4.99 in my trailer-training course.

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- 5 days, 5 chapters
- Learn at your own pace

An excerpt from Trailer Training: An Easy guide to the Proven Methods of John Lyons:

You'll find that your pattern naturally drifts as you practice and that you can move him a step or two closer to the trailer. Move the horse in an out of his "comfort zone" more and more, easing him ever closer to the trailer. Don't force things. Many times, forcing the horse is how they got "bad" in the first place. It takes time to un-do that fear and being patient will actually make this go faster. Depending on how much your horse hates the trailer, this could take some time.

Your horse won't forget the evil trailer as you move him about; he'll realize that doing two things, keeping an eye on it and doing your bidding, is too much work. He'll begin to pay you more attention, and you'll get closer to the trailer. Keep gaining ground and keep things moving. Every five, ten or fifteen minutes, allow the horse to rest but only when he's nearer the trailer than he wanted to be before. He rests near the trailer, he works when away from the trailer. Motivate him to want to be nearer the trailer. Should he begin dancing about while standing ("resting"), put him back to work for 10 minutes and then see if he's ready to stand like a gentleman.

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Other available courses include:
Stop Bucking (reviews)
Round Pen: First Steps (reviews)
Rein In Your Horse's Speed (For Owners of Nervous or Bolting Horses) (reviews)

 

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