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  • Published on:  Monday, February 26, 2018
  • Horse behaviour expert Richard Maxwell demonstrates an exercise to encourage a horse to stand at the mounting block.

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  • Julie Harris

    Julie Harris

     6 days ago +1

    I have had Richard work with my horses in the past, he is professional, and is amazing at getting a good response quickly. he is amazing

  • Laurie Reti

    Laurie Reti

     7 days ago

    What's you do when the horse does not move towards the pressure

  • Ben Dyrland

    Ben Dyrland

     7 days ago

    You are full of crap. Sling your leg over and ride that well trained horse who will back up with reign movement. So funny.

  • Frank N

    Frank N

     7 days ago

    I'vw begun with groundwork after my 3rd horse and after seeing the videos of Mr. Maxwell here and further on vimeo. After 2 times my welsh cob stands still on the block.

  • Marc Twain

    Marc Twain

     14 days ago

    es gibt kein mountaining Problem---so iss es , sorry

  • Eli Z

    Eli Z

     14 days ago

    What a beautiful horsey!

  • Alice Grace

    Alice Grace

     14 days ago

    this is amazing! so clever

  • Jyvaine orchids

    Jyvaine orchids

     21 days ago

    4:56 Horse : please stop dat

  • Sukijopa

    Sukijopa

     21 days ago

    Very rarely have I seen a true relationship with understanding on both sides, where respect for the horse extends to having that horse's permission to sit on him/her, no saddle, no nasty bit in the mouth, no making the horse do tricks so that you can get ribbons and prizes, etc. But most people don't get it. Their egomania makes such a proposition sound absurd. Self-centeredness is a universal sickness.

  • Gerry Coleman

    Gerry Coleman

     28 days ago

    3:48 'I'm not going to praise her right now.'..............You just did. Hello..............You released the pressure, that was her reward.

  • Caroline Volandt-Beste

    Caroline Volandt-Beste

     28 days ago +5

    This is insane. Your mindset is just wrong. Why would I want to annoy my horse? Let alone teach her to move towards pressure, not away from it. And third, she is irritated, annoyed, possibly confused and frustrated now and that's because you have not been clear as to what you want. Every good trainer knows about body language and you profess to be an expert at reading, understanding and diagnosing behavior and yet you completely ignore this mare's language and communication. It's obvious you don't care and your motive is to "make" this horse comply regardless of how she feels about your technique and approach. In the end you don't care about the horse. Your interest is in proving a point, making yourself look "right" and despite how wrong your approach is for this horse, any horse. And, one more thing that drives me nuts about your type, the horse training expert that thinks he knows horses, you don't care at all about this horse, or any horse's feelings. You don't want to praise her, give her positive reinforcement, which would let her know she is doing the right thing, what you want. That would be beneath you. You treat the horse like they are stupid and not worthy of being conscious, intelligent, being sentient. She head butts you because she is unsure, trying to communicate her uncertainty and the more you push she gets frustrated, possibly confused and anxious. So, it escalates. And while you exclaim that she's learned how to move sideways because she no longer want to get tapped by the stick, she still doesn't want to come to the block. In the end, your tactic is pressure and release. Your not dealing with the initial cause of "why" she does not want to stand still. You are treating her like she's stupid and she only has two options, stand still or be moved. And you make the condescending comment about not "humanizing her". Man, you are missing it all! Horses have feelings. While they do not possess the 3rd layer of the brain like humans, the layer that is in charge of analyzing, language and complicated thought, they are smart enough to figure everything out, problem solve. This video proves it. She figured out how to get you to stop tapping her and annoying her.

  • Cheyenne Raney

    Cheyenne Raney

     28 days ago

    My mother was on her horse when she got spooked and bucked my mom off and broke her hip and tore her retina.. she was also pregnant. She went to the hospital and they told her she lost the baby. My mom still kept her bourse because she had her for a lot of her life... she went the hospital 3 months later and I was still in there they just missed me the day of her accident😌 I also had a horse before I was born and then she had a baby they were both my babies and would only let me ride them.

  • Gladtobemom

    Gladtobemom

     1 months ago

    Brilliant.

  • Joyce E

    Joyce E

     1 months ago

    Marriage can be so, so smart. It is what I love about them. And often those high energy, highly sensitive mares are the smart ones. They learn very quickly. They also tend to get you over fences safely.

  • Alisha Oner

    Alisha Oner

     1 months ago +2

    Someone laughing at Richard when he falls .
    Richard : gives them death stare.
    Also Richard : looks at horse 'There we go.'
    Me : DYING INSIDE!!!!:)
    Me:watching it for the 2nd time in detail and i realise horses know i'm stupid
    Me:NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO horses was my way to think i was talented now they know

  • tapan thite

    tapan thite

     1 months ago

    Touch a horse with a stick and you loose it's trust and gain fear. . .

  • Nancy Nunke

    Nancy Nunke

     1 months ago

    Horses do not naturally move away from close up pressure. They naturally move towards close up pressure. We train horses the opposite of how they should be trained. However, moving towards pressure is actually an aggressive/defensive behavior.

  • Letit Bemee

    Letit Bemee

     1 months ago

    Hate seeing these idiots that think putting a bit in the horses mouth, will make the horse do what you want it to do. Thumbs down. REMOVE THE BIT!

  • Olivia Driver

    Olivia Driver

     1 months ago

    The coloring on that horse is bodacious!

  • Lucky Smith

    Lucky Smith

     1 months ago

    I just surfed past here clicking links, don't know anything about horses, but this is interesting. Is the horse's fur dyed in that pattern or is she wearing a kind of blanket and matching legwarmers? Otherwise that's a pretty unusual color pattern on her coat.