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We cue our horses to do the things we want them to do, (to go forward, to go left, to go right, to change gaits, to change direction, speed transitions, to back up, etc.) but cueing them out of it is just as IMPORTANT. Give them the responsibility of doing what you asked, until you tell them to stop. What we don’t want is to tell them to do something and hold them there, constantly helping them do their job... it’s easy to micromanage and over-cue. Give them a job, tell them to do it and KEEP DOING the job until you tell them to stop.

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