Video Training Tips

Lucky Three Ranch Training Tips

 

In response to letters and emails from people with training and behavior questions about their equines, Meredith has created a series of short, 2-minute training tips to help address some of these common issues.

 

 

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If you have a training question or an idea for another Training Tip video, check out the Ask Meredith section for commonly asked questions, or click here to submit your question.

The above player will automatically play all current Training Tips in order. If you’re short on time or know exactly what you want, watch individual training tips below!

Gate Training

Assessing Your Equine

Going Slowly

Turning Fear Into Curiosity

Getting Down with Minis

Bathing and the Hose

Great-Looking Manes and Tails

Grooming Basics

Teaching Good Manners When Training

Desensitization

Imprinting and How it Works

The Importance of Good Posture

How and When to Use Rewards

The Reward System

Hay and Salt Lick

Pasture Grazing

A Proper Feeding Regimen: Oats Mixture

Feeding Time

Communication and Equines

Work Stations

Danger of Halters

Donkeys Require a Creative Approach

If you have an equine training question for Meredith, please click here to submit your question, rather than leaving it as a comment on this page.

You can also check out the Ask Meredith archives, where we have answers to many commonly asked questions.

 

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5 Responses to “Video Training Tips”

  1. Gail C Molnar says:

    God bless you for the work you are inspired to do. We have rescued our first donkey. I am so in love and desire to help more. Keep up the great work.

  2. Tabitha says:

    I really enjoyed these videos. Thanks!

  3. LTR Staff says:

    If you have an equine training question for Meredith, please click here to submit your question, rather than leaving it as a comment on this page–you’ll get a much quicker and more meaningful reply!

    You can also check out the Ask Meredith archives, where we have answers to many commonly asked questions.

  4. JANET MANNAS says:

    So much information and explaination . Thank-You Very Much

  5. Linda says:

    1 yr ago Opal’s extensor tendon was severed. After your advise of small stall for 6 months then slowly begin balance training, I’m happy to say, 1 yr later, we’ve advanced to obstacles with Opal having a great awareness of her R foreleg’s past injury. She’s learned to get up using her Left leg for support and her balance is impecable at this time. She’s more curious than needed but is willing and the first one at the gate ALWAYS !!! Training is going well and now we are in the round pen for short trots and cementing her ques. What a treat. No stumbling for months now. Thanks for the training videos to help her through this difficult time.

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