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Why is it important that your horse can lower its head and neck? (Multiple answers are correct)
A. To teach the functioning of the cavesson and to have a light connection with it.
B. To easily clean your horse’s nose.
C. To teach the horse to lower its head and neck in a forward-down direction.
D. To teach the horse that it can trust us.
What should you pay attention to when carrying out this exercise? (Multiple answers are correct)
A. That the horse stands still relaxed, with the front legs as close to each other as possible and standing as much as possible straight on its legs.
B. That you hold the horse with the rein or lunge attached to the middle ring of the cavesson and as close to the nose as possible.
C. That you try so long until your horse has yielded to the pressure.
D. That your horse does not go down too deep with its head.
E. That you yourself do not stand too close to the horse.
Complete the sentice below.
You have to ask the head of the horse down until the …….. of the horse is relaxed.