Chex Ground Ties Well

Chex ground tiedThe photo shows Chex ground tied. When you drop the reins, he stands with his head down and waits for you to do your stuff. He’s an AQHA registered gelding about halfway through the two-years of training we give. The patience you see is what we try to foster. It comes from his genetics, natural disposition, and many hours spent in training. We promise you that he didn’t learn to do this by himself. It was taught. With hard work, you can promote patience in a horse. The willingness to stand quietly is refined and produced by practice and repetition. In a trail horse, patience is more than a virtue, it’s a requirement.

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