Snatching for grass teaches horses to go against the rein and sometimes even stop and refuse to go further - while getting a huge reward in the form of a luscious mouthful of food for doing so. There`s however an easy fix, not many equestrians are aware of that👉
Enables you and your horse to walk through grass on a loose lead and even at liberty
Makes it easy to ride over fields on loose reins or without reins
Works when kids are riding and makes grazing reins an unnecessary thing of the past
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Become more interesting than grass with this training showing how Cathrine Fodstad and her son Olav, teach a grazing maniac children's horse to not graze when ridden and led - without using control, punishment or force, but by making their idea of not grazing the horse`s idea. Which solves the grazing problem in a way that lasts and enables you to ride and lead through fields on loose reins and even at liberty, without the horse snatching for grass.YES I WANT FREE TRAINING
Cathrine Fodstad is educated as a horse trainer from Holar University College and Riding Instructor from Norwegian Equine Center. After completing Mongol Derby (world's longest and toughest horse race), she discovered a method that consistently allowed her to connect with horses, solve problems and easily train them at liberty. Now you can do the same!