Language of the Lunge

From the perspective of the horse, far more often than not, the horse who “doesn’t lunge” is doing exactly what he or she believes they are being asked to do. This happens because a horse reads our impulsive message, or push to “go,” by evaluat- ing exactly where our core (belly button) is aiming.

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