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Reach Out To Horses experiences the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo 2012 Part 2
We've all heard the saying, "You can never use food when training your horse." But what if this well-known axiom, like so many hard and fast rules, was wrong? Join International Horsewoman Anna Twinney as she explains the do's and don'ts and the why's and why not's of using food to solve some of your toughest behavioral problems. She will share the secrets of this effective tool, when it is appropriate, when it isn't, and the common mistakes people make all the time when using "food as reward". She will also discuss how you can use food to train your horse to do some pretty amazing things!
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