The horse won’t be a finished neck reiner in that short amount of time. But it will know when the rein touches the right side of it’s neck to turn left… and when the rein touches the left side of it’s neck to turn right.
You don’t have to be a Horse Whisperer to do this. I’ve done it time and time again. With a little common sense, using patience and gentle persuasion, you can easily teach your horse to neck rein… and you can do it in far less time than you ever thought possible!
I don’t care if you’ve had years of experience training horses… or if this is the first time you’ve tried to teach your horse anything. You can have your horse neck reining in as little as 60 minutes!
Sound too good to be true? Not hardly. This is something I have done over and over… and I have taught many others how to do it. If you will invest just a few of your dollars and a few minutes of your time you will easily be able to do it too.
This will be the easiest training you have ever used. It’s easy on you and it WILL NOT CONFUSE your horse. AND… we guarantee that the Neck Reining Trainer will work!
And it’s simple… your horse will easily understand what you want him to do… it absolutely will not confuse him… and best of all… it’s easy on you. The horse is a conditioned-response animal. We set up a condition… putting pressure on the left side of the horses neck, and we get a response… the horse turns right. Or we put pressure on the right side of the horses neck and he turns left.
If we set up the condition often enough, and we get the same response consistently, then the condition becomes a cue for a specific, desired reaction or response. For our purposes, the horse turns easily to the left or right with just a touch of the reins on his neck.
The Neck Reining Trainer provides an almost instant way of setting up this type of condition. And does it without pulling his head and mouth out of position. The difference is, you begin training from the ground, applying pressure that the horse must respond to. The diagrams below give an overview of how the Neck Reining Trainer Works.
There are some things the horse does by instinct… like moving forward and back… starting and stopping…and yes, turning left or right. However responding to pressure from the neck rein isn’t one of them. In fact it’s just the opposite. It’s instinctive and natural for horses to move into pressure.
For example, if you lean up against a horse you can feel him leaning back into you. Or if you try to push him over to one side he pushes back the other way. A horse has to be taught to move away from pressure.
So when pressure is applied to his neck, as in neck reining, his natural response is to turn into it. It’s up to the trainer to figure out a way to get the horse to move away from the pressure. That is exactly what the ‘Neck Reining Trainer’ does.