All equine live by fright or flight. When you introduce something new to your mule and he backs up he’s letting you know, “I have a problem with something here.”
When you’re training and he backs up that’s one thing but being out on the trail is another. When your mule encounter something new the last thing you want him to do is backup, or worse, while you’re riding or driving.
In this short clip from Steve Edwards you’ll learn how to use the mules nose to communicate exactly what you want him to do, making sure that when he runs into that “something new” he listens to you and not his nature to go fright and flight!
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