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I thought I was pretty good on a horse until....

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I just discovered this and find it incredible.

Imagine yourself in chaps, and a Stetson, in a western saddle, and you and your horse could do this!  Heck imagine having this kind of communication with any animal.

Watch the riders body weight, his hands and heels and see if you can spot him giving direction to his horse. His cues are incredibly subtle. Watch the horses tail swish, telling his rider, "This isn't my favorite part of this, but I'll do it for you, since you asked." Most of time, this horse acts like he's having a blast doing maneuvers with his partner Andreas.

God gave us the horse to teach us patience and how to communicate.

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