Mark Langley’s international clinics

About Mark Langley’s clinics and what he teaches. www.equineability.com.au Free horse training tips available from website.

Mark Langley: Connecting the mind, not just the feet

It is very important to have your horse connected, not only with you but the directions you offer. In this video from a demonstration of mine, I talk about horses being disconnected with our ideas and direction, and a couple of reasons why your horse may be disconnected or struggling. www.equineability.com.au
Channel: Mark Langley
Published: 2017-02-14 02:29:27
Duration: 3M14S
Views: 50
Likes: 3
Favorites: 0

Mark Langley advice on horses with pinned ears

Mark Langley, Australian Horseman (www.equineability.com.au) gives a few horse training tips on working with horses with pinned or set back ears. Join Mark’s free newsletter list from his website to get free videos and horse training tips straight to your inbox.
Channel: Mark Langley
Published: 2017-01-29 04:36:06
Duration: 4M43S
Views: 493
Likes: 3
Favorites: 0

Mark Langley educating a Rearing Horse

Mark Langley (www.equineability.com.au) educates a horse that rears in this shortened demonstration. The video highlights how Mark works horses using trust and understanding, providing many insights into horsemanship. Mark was able to ride this horse up and down the length of the arena, turning him softly but the video ran out(!)
Channel: Mark Langley
Published: 2014-03-24 00:29:28
Duration: 15M25S
Views: 1321
Likes: 4
Favorites: 0

Turning on hindquarter with Mark Langley

Mark Langley (www.EquineAbility.com.au) shows how to train a young horse to turn on it’s hind quarter using shoulder control and calm horsemanship. Sign up for FREE horse training tips and videos like this straight to your inbox at Mark’s website.
Channel: Mark Langley
Published: 2014-04-23 02:32:54
Duration: 17M26S
Views: 2370
Likes: 14
Favorites: 0

Mark Langley Understanding Horses: putting mind before body

Mark Langley explains what he means by putting a horses mind before its body – a horse knows their feet better than us. Don’t take control of their feet. Connect with their brain, and ask their brain to talk to their feet. www.EquineAbility.com.au
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Channel: Mark Langley
Published: 2016-10-22 00:28:59
Duration: 1M27S
Views: 173
Likes: 4
Favorites: 0

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