Check out our list of articles (below) covering the latest training techniques from John Lyons Certified Instructor Keith Hosman. Many articles were co-written by John's son Josh Lyons.
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Lyons Fact #729:
I don't ask the horse to stop. I just quit riding.
Lyons Fact #367:
The more you mess with the bit, the more you restrict movement.
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Lyons Fact #719:
Don't be a passenger. Work.
Lyons Fact #3906:
If your horse bucks, if he bolts, whatever he does, as soon as you look at the ground at where you think you're going to hit, that's where you're guaranteed to land.
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