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Before you try to re-train your loafing equine make sure your horse's reluctance to work is not due to health problems. Do plenty of conditioning exercises – counter-bending, counter-cantering, roll backs, half-passes, turns on the forehand, turns on the hind end, moving the shoulders, moving the hips, lots of trotting, driving them up into the bridle, picking them up. A variety of conditioning exercises not only keeps the horse in good physical shape so he can do his job more easily, but it also helps prevent boredom.

For more information, please read the story Dealing with the Lazy Horse.

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