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Horse Training Series with Jesse Krier

By Greatmats Staff Created: November, 2021 - Modified: February, 2022

Desensitizing and building trust are a huge part of getting young horses ready for real world riding activities, whether its ranch and cow work, trail riding or competition. Clayton Wisconsin horse trainer Jesse Krier demonstrates several techniques to get your horse to trust you and prepare them for a more enjoyable riding experience. Watch for the following videos in his 15-part horse training video series.
  1. Ground Driving a Horse
  2. Desensitizing a Horse with a Rope
  3. Laying Down a Horse
  4. Disengaging a Horse Hindquarters for Mounting
  5. Desensitizing a Horse with a Lariat
  6. How To Load a Horse in a Trailer
  7. Forward Moving Horses
  8. Horse Obstacles - Logs
  9. Horse Obstacles - Steps
  10. Horse Obstacles - Bridges
  11. Horse Obstacles - Tires
  12. Horse Obstacles - Cowboy Curtain
  13. Horse Obstacles - Water Crossing
  14. Checking Cattle on Horseback
  15. Checking Fences on Horseback

Jesse Krier has been training horses for more than 25 years. He uses practical horsemanship methods, teaching horses to be soft and flexible while promoting them to stay that way.

Exposure to outside elements go hand-in-hand with making a good ranch and all-around horse, making it an important training tool for Jesse, who incorporates them into the lesson plans for every horse he trains. Jesse believes success is measured by how we feel about the horse we are riding and enjoys helping people achieve that success.

1. How to Ground Drive a Horse

2. How to Use a Rope to Desensitize a Horse

3. How to Lay Down a Horse

4. How to Disengage Horse Hindquarters for Mounting

5. How to Desensitize a Horse with a Lariat (Lasso)

6. How to Load a Horse into a Trailer

7. How to Forward Move a Horse

8. How to Get a Horse to Walk Over Log Obstacles

9. How to Get A Horse to Climb Step Obstacles

10. How to Get a Horse to Go Over Bridge Obstacles

11. How to Train a Horse with Tire Obstacles

12. How to Get a Horse to Go Through a Cowboy Curtain

13. How to Get a Horse to Cross Water Obstacles

14. How to Check Cattle on Horseback

15. How to Check Fences on Horseback



Thanks for watching this horse training series. Be sure to check out Greatmats Colt Starting and Barrel Racing training videos as well as the rest of the Greatmats Training Series videos.
Jesse Krier
K2 Ranch
Clayton WI 54004