Give a verbal cue that the horse should go forward.
You want the horse to start off gently, not at great speed. You can also give cues that are short words, such as “go” or “move.” However, most horse riders use a short click or kissing noise instead.
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Ask for a working canter. On the long side of the arena, give your horse the cue to lengthen his stride by applying pressure, squeezing with your calves and heels. He should immediately respond by increasing his speed and lengthening. Make sure that your hands are soft on the reins and allow your horse to move forward.
Teach him the one-rein “slow down” cue. Ride at a fast walk and after about five steps, reach for the right rein. Slowly bring it back to your body so that by the time you’re at 10 steps, the horse is turning. As soon as he moves his hip over, release the rein.
If you kick, you signal the horse to stop trotting and canter so don’t kick. … Kicking just deadens the horses response because it makes him uncomfortable. Tap when you sit. If you try to do it when you rise your body will tip forward and you will lose your balance.
One of the most common types of snaffle bit is the eggbutt, which is the considered to be the gentlest type of snaffle bit because it doesn’t pinch the corners of the mouth. It has an egg-shaped connection between the mouthpiece and the bit-ring.