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How to Handle a Crazy Kicking Horse

A farrier's job can often put you in a tough situation. Chris Gregory, owner of Heartland Horseshoeing School gives a quick demo on how to deal with a dangerous horse while trimming. Body placement is key! A horse won't kick, but they might hand the foot to you fast. Stay tuned for MUCH more of Blacksmith Boot Camp 2022 coming September 29!
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  1. Daniel Poole

    Daniel Poole

    28 күн бұрын

    This technique has saved my life and gained me business many times over.

    • The Random Dickhead

      The Random Dickhead

      22 минут бұрын

      Beautiful

    • RonRoweFC

      RonRoweFC

      6 сағат бұрын

      Business in what way?

    • Roy Lovett

      Roy Lovett

      2 күн бұрын

      @Clayton how well do I know....we have standoffs almost every weekend 😆🤣 but I love that thang. He was my dad's best friend

    • Clayton

      Clayton

      2 күн бұрын

      @Roy Lovett mules can aim, be careful

    • paul graham

      paul graham

      2 күн бұрын

      @Frank Shahinian horses were shoes from Roman times many cowboys were able to shoe their own horses as well as there being smithies in every town. Back in Britain every village at least one farrier/ smith for 1400 years.

  2. C. A. COOK

    C. A. COOK

    7 күн бұрын

    Your skill, kindness, confidence and patience is a win-win for sure! For you, certainly the horse and most definitely the clients. I wish more farriers were taught like this. Thank you for being a master of your craft, and like usual, sharing it with us all.

    • Jennifer Davis

      Jennifer Davis

      Күн бұрын

      To many people come unglued if a horse displays anything except being a weekend warrior, meaning been there done that a hundred times and a temper has no place in my barn. The soft slow talking n rubbing a horse to pass along reassurance, just being calm n showing them what you want them to do and that it won't hurt them, rather than unleashing anger, that isn't going to make things better. This guy is a great with this young horse n this young man teaching him to not get hurt while working on the not perfectly manner client.

    • Once upon a time

      Once upon a time

      4 күн бұрын

      C. A. COOK Your speech is excellent, you are amazing

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      7 күн бұрын

      Well, thanks again C A Cook. I appreciate you watching our channel and commenting. Have a great day.

  3. The Pixie Life

    The Pixie Life

    11 күн бұрын

    This is amazing. The gentleman teaching has his knee in a brace (serious injury one. My husband has one when he lost his acl) And he's still willing to teach. You are amazing teacher, amazing in your work with animals. Not many real cowboys around these days. All my respect

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Thank you so much. The knee was injured steer wrestling, but I've still got bills to pay. Have a great day.

  4. Iclynnx

    Iclynnx

    2 күн бұрын

    I have to applaud you for your work here. I was worried it was gonna be another video where someone is too hard on the horse. But you seem to have a gentle but firm hand here. Hope she got rewarded with treats very soon after trying this! It will help make friends with her, not just teach her to accept handling. Gotta watch out so they don't shut down.

    • Leslie Peterson

      Leslie Peterson

      2 сағат бұрын

      @Iclynnx I don’t watch KZonlines trainers. Just stumbled across this video. I ride for a living. I’m an outrider. My horses help me save lives. There isn’t time for treats. But I rode horses that most won’t have anything to do with. I give them a life and a job. They are loved abs well taken care of. You can have a partnership without treats. An occasional treat is ok. My horses greet me at the gate and are happy. Isn’t that the most important thing?

    • Leslie Peterson

      Leslie Peterson

      2 сағат бұрын

      @Iclynnx why do you think that a person should only ride? Do you never get your horses out and spend time with them? Do you constantly put pressure on your horses? You don’t hang a hay bag at the trailer?? A treat is not grazing…

    • Iclynnx

      Iclynnx

      2 сағат бұрын

      @Leslie Peterson And horses are literally made to eat almost constantly. If they only know you from riding them with pressure and handling them with pressure, they'll never be happy around you. Treats are convenient to use during training (scratching takes time, feeding afterwards only isn't enough to create a positive association with work) and chewing is relaxing to horses.

    • Iclynnx

      Iclynnx

      2 сағат бұрын

      @Leslie Peterson I replied but of course KZonlines deleted it. To sum it up, talk to Shelby Dennis. She is a professional trainer on YT and IG and uses mainly treats. She can provide information about why treats are good. She has even started a 4-year old stallion under saddle with treats and he behaves really well. He is not afraid of a sort of blue mattress thingy because she rewarded with treats. He threw it upwards and didn't even flinch.

    • Leslie Peterson

      Leslie Peterson

      3 сағат бұрын

      @Matthew Townsend I don’t give treats. Treats create problems. Dogs are not horses and they don’t think the same. There are other ways to reward positive behavior.

  5. Super Krusher

    Super Krusher

    7 күн бұрын

    I always wondered how you guys got around situations like that. Great video!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      7 күн бұрын

      Yes sir. That's it.

  6. I smell trouble

    I smell trouble

    20 күн бұрын

    not only does he understand the physiology of the horse but he also understands psychology of the horse and has the patience and empathy to do his job correctly

    • Muamer Fazlic

      Muamer Fazlic

      Күн бұрын

      What if the horse gets a woody and slaps you with his cock lol. That would be one cock print lmaooo

    • Once upon a time

      Once upon a time

      4 күн бұрын

      🌹🌹🌹🎻

    • snake

      snake

      4 күн бұрын

      Also Because he like to stay alive

    • T Ragan

      T Ragan

      6 күн бұрын

      I mean anatomy would better suit your sentence

    • machmania

      machmania

      8 күн бұрын

      怖いな

  7. Norcal Bowhunter

    Norcal Bowhunter

    3 күн бұрын

    Always cool seeing old guys like this who just know how to work horses. My great uncle was an old school horse handler and he could just control horses like no tomorrow. A skill that is sadly dying among us younger people. Glad to see it being passed on here.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Thanks for your comment

  8. SegaNaLeqa

    SegaNaLeqa

    11 күн бұрын

    I remember seeing some people be so forceful with horses when I was growing up. It’s nice to see someone taking the time and understanding they are emotional beings too. A little patience and reassurance goes a long way. Glad to see you sharing the right way to go about it! 💜

    • Rene W

      Rene W

      3 күн бұрын

      Same! It use to upset me so much. When I was young some of the guys were so rough with them. A nervous/scared kicker like this would've be shoved in the stocks and had the leg forcibly tied up in order to work on. So wrong. I got away from anyone who worked horses like that as soon as I was old enough. I love seeing this amazing patient, empathetic treatment. ❤

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Thank you.

  9. Bloodbain88

    Bloodbain88

    6 күн бұрын

    Wow this man knows his stuff. It's nice to see a master at their craft.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      6 күн бұрын

      I appreciate your comment

  10. Rene W

    Rene W

    3 күн бұрын

    What an amazing teacher. So kind and patient. Love so much to see this compared to sadly some of the "old school" ways I HATED seeing as a kid growing up around horses, of using force, and tying then up in stocks for example. This is how it should be!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching Rene. I grew up seeing the old ways myself.

  11. Tassicorn

    Tassicorn

    10 күн бұрын

    I am thankful for everyone who does this for their work, the horses are even more thankful. God bless y’all’s backs, I always feel so bad watching someone work on horses bent down all day. It’s hard work but we are so thankful.

    • Once upon a time

      Once upon a time

      4 күн бұрын

      🌹🌹🌹

    • Thomas Dyson

      Thomas Dyson

      4 күн бұрын

      Question for chris what brand of knee brace are you using and do you think its rhe best one ?

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Thanks for commenting, and God Bless you too.

  12. Vicky Gaffney

    Vicky Gaffney

    8 күн бұрын

    That was beautiful to watch! I've been around horses all of my life & have seen alot of farriers work. I've never seen anyone with this technique. You'd get my business. Amazing! Kudos to you!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      8 күн бұрын

      Glad you enjoyed it Vicky. Thank for commenting.

  13. Leviathan

    Leviathan

    10 күн бұрын

    This is so great. It’s really refreshing to not see abusive practices being used to control unwanted behavior❤

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Thanks Leviathan

  14. Country Girl

    Country Girl

    4 күн бұрын

    Your handling the horse amazingly I’m so impressed and your skill is actually amazing🤩 amazing job!🤩🤩

  15. Jamie Wood

    Jamie Wood

    19 күн бұрын

    Been there. Hats off to you sir. Thought my dad was the only one that handled and gentled the crazy ones. He just retired last month at 77. Godspeed and stay safe

    • kidnumber7

      kidnumber7

      7 күн бұрын

      To all you men commenting on this. THE WORLD NEEDS MORE MEN LIKE YOU. 💯

    • Jamie Wood

      Jamie Wood

      13 күн бұрын

      @Jose Muzquiz my condolences. Keep the happy memories close.

    • Jose Muzquiz

      Jose Muzquiz

      14 күн бұрын

      I thought my father was the one as well. My dad passed away last Nov. at 86 a master horseman who used to herd cattle across the Rio Grande from Chihuahua into Tejas.

    • Louise Barrowman

      Louise Barrowman

      15 күн бұрын

      @PrinceTigerBeatz Retired from work. Not from life. 🤦🏼‍♀️😂

    • Jamie Wood

      Jamie Wood

      16 күн бұрын

      @Oluwasegun Joseph Israel dad learned at the Oklahoma Farriers School and the school of hard knocks. He would tell you he isn't a master. But he is to me.

  16. Manuel Garcia

    Manuel Garcia

    7 күн бұрын

    I’ll never use this in my life, yet that technique was so good I had to take notes 🧐✍️

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      6 күн бұрын

      That's awesome Manuel

  17. Debra Wingate

    Debra Wingate

    2 күн бұрын

    That was impressive as hell. Clearly the horse was being handled by a master, & it was wonderful to watch.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      2 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching and commenting Debra

  18. Frankie Greene

    Frankie Greene

    11 күн бұрын

    Beeeeeautifully done. I love to see gentle controlled handling. 🙏🏻

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Thank you Frankie.

  19. Rafael Rodriguez

    Rafael Rodriguez

    5 күн бұрын

    Wow that’s honestly really impressive he makes it look easy!

  20. Local Vault Companion

    Local Vault Companion

    14 күн бұрын

    Man those are some powerful and deadly kicks. The amount of force behind them is staggering, to say the least. Props to you guys who know what you're doing.

    • Seth Bishop

      Seth Bishop

      6 күн бұрын

      @Grislycougar technically yes but it's a snap kick so it can do more initial damage with the transfer of kinetic force

    • Grislycougar

      Grislycougar

      6 күн бұрын

      Don’t they have a equal force of a alligator/croc bite

    • MrC

      MrC

      8 күн бұрын

      @Audrey Day yes he went out with a smile too

    • Seth Bishop

      Seth Bishop

      11 күн бұрын

      Yeah they're 1 horsepower kicks

    • user

      user

      12 күн бұрын

      @Dominique Roberts oh ok thanks for telling me🙂 still some crazy kicks these horses can deliver.

  21. the single equestrian

    the single equestrian

    8 күн бұрын

    Thank you for teaching patience and understanding. I have words with a farrier about being too aggressive to a young horse or horses that have had a bad experience. Well done.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      8 күн бұрын

      Thank you for your comment

  22. Miriam L.

    Miriam L.

    11 күн бұрын

    So impressive! I imagine that his calmness and security also helps the horse feel calm & secure. You can't fool a horse! You have to gain their trust and he's absolutely doing that.

    • Ramly Herbn

      Ramly Herbn

      4 күн бұрын

      😂you’re absolutely right about to

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      That's right Miriam

  23. Tyler Talsma

    Tyler Talsma

    4 күн бұрын

    This is amazing...I love this so much. It shows control and calm work and is professionally efficient. This just makes me think of the wild west and how people had to figure out how to work with a horse.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Glad you liked it Tyler

  24. Andres Palomino

    Andres Palomino

    10 күн бұрын

    Amazing! A good thing to mention is, not to bring their hip too far right, try and keep everything center, it’s uncomfortable for the horse and they’ll let you know! That being said they generally have a pretty good range of motion.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching Andres.

  25. John Poppaloppolis

    John Poppaloppolis

    20 күн бұрын

    Fun fact: This man shaves his face CLEAN every night, but by morning his stache grows back from sheer baddassness.

    • kidnumber7

      kidnumber7

      7 күн бұрын

      🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • elbmcook

      elbmcook

      8 күн бұрын

      😁♥️😁

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      @Andre Hughes sorry Andre. I have been trying to stay ahead of comments. It has not been possible. John, please forgive me.

    • Andre Hughes

      Andre Hughes

      9 күн бұрын

      @Heartland Horseshoeing School lol you called that man, Jack. His name, John. 😂

    • Anold Toulon

      Anold Toulon

      12 күн бұрын

      🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  26. Dr. Michael Vincent

    Dr. Michael Vincent

    3 күн бұрын

    So educational to those of us with little or no horse experience. Although I won't be conducting this function, it's very interesting to watch.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching and commenting Dr. Michael.

  27. Stellars Art

    Stellars Art

    6 күн бұрын

    I've found this super helpful! My mare is reeeally finicky with her back feet and I've been nearly kicked while grooming several times

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      6 күн бұрын

      Fantastic! Thanks for watching

  28. Mary Murphy

    Mary Murphy

    9 күн бұрын

    By the time we’ve shod horses into our gray haired years we know a bit about where to stand for Safty and how to let the horse feel safe and be comfortable. Glad to see he’s sharing the good know how.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      Thank you Mary. That's my job. www.heartlandhorseshoeing.com

  29. Queen Elizabeth

    Queen Elizabeth

    6 күн бұрын

    I love how he lets her get a few kicks in before he even moves in on the correction.

  30. Robin Eaker

    Robin Eaker

    21 күн бұрын

    My father was a farrier for over fifty years. He taught me how to do shoeing which lead to learn metal smithing. That's Dad ...I miss you.

    • infidel66

      infidel66

      11 күн бұрын

      @disgruntled pedant Like father like son..

    • infidel66

      infidel66

      11 күн бұрын

      Pass on the skills so someone else can have or be a great dad like yours..

    • Ahme Da

      Ahme Da

      19 күн бұрын

      He was a great dad so be you to Love you 🥰💖

    • disgruntled pedant

      disgruntled pedant

      20 күн бұрын

      My dad was a mailman. And an asshole

    • Karin Tolbert

      Karin Tolbert

      20 күн бұрын

      Wow amazing!

  31. Ivan Chavez

    Ivan Chavez

    11 күн бұрын

    Damn that's scary man. My friends uncle passed away getting hit by a horse doing this when we were kids. He was always so nice to me and was always interested in what we had to say or showed interest in. Was very sad when we herd he had passed horses are crazy strong. Props to you gentlemen for them balls you carrying.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      They do have a lot of power. Sorry for your loss.

  32. Trudy

    Trudy

    7 күн бұрын

    We’re down to 1 horse due to our age. Loved this video. We had a few thru the years that kicked like this girl, and my husband used a technique almost 100% like this shoer. But he grew up with horses. I didn’t so I never tried, lol 😊

    • Trudy

      Trudy

      7 күн бұрын

      @Heartland Horseshoeing School Keep up the good work. Nice to see how much respect you have for those Hugh Strong Beautiful Animals. Thanks again!!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      7 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching and commenting Trudy

  33. Tania Vasquez

    Tania Vasquez

    5 күн бұрын

    Yes...definitely skill and confidence is a key factor...thank you for the experience and knowlege....Great video

  34. Emily W.

    Emily W.

    7 күн бұрын

    Love it.. watching any master work their craft is always poetry in motion. ❤️

    • Emily W.

      Emily W.

      7 күн бұрын

      @Heartland Horseshoeing School 🥰🥰

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      7 күн бұрын

      Thank you so much 😀 Emily.

  35. The Truth

    The Truth

    21 күн бұрын

    So much power in those hind legs. Immense respect for passing on your skills and treating the animals so kindly.

    • Slowfoot LaBeef

      Slowfoot LaBeef

      19 күн бұрын

      The horse's legs or the farriers? Wow!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      21 күн бұрын

      Thanks. It's my job www.heartlandhorseshoeing.com

  36. Sandra Nosocialism

    Sandra Nosocialism

    10 күн бұрын

    Way too scary for me. Very impressive though. I love your patience. I've seen farriers lose that way too often.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching and commenting Sandra.

  37. Lily

    Lily

    4 күн бұрын

    I feel the beginning deeply. I've gotten kicked a few times by some foals that weren't broke. The worst time was when one kicked me in my shoulder and almost broke my collar bone and I didn't know it until it started to hurt a few days later and I had to take off for a while. I think I coulda kept goin though.

    • Lily

      Lily

      3 күн бұрын

      @Heartland Horseshoeing School Thanks!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Definitely some power Lily

  38. Kalojoe Albino

    Kalojoe Albino

    8 күн бұрын

    Wow that was Smoothly done!!Amazing the knowledge gained over the years as a Cowboy working with horses and figuring out proper methods for their safety!! Dam i hate shoeing horses my back's going on 50 but feels 60 Lol!!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      7 күн бұрын

      LOL Kalojoe. Thanks for the comment.

  39. Anderson Fagundes

    Anderson Fagundes

    9 күн бұрын

    Show de técnica e habilidade! 👏👏👏👏

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching Anderson

  40. Clay P

    Clay P

    12 күн бұрын

    Watching a master do their thing is always amazing. Beautiful.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      12 күн бұрын

      Thank you! Cheers!

  41. azazelthetrue

    azazelthetrue

    8 күн бұрын

    This is what we call experience, he knows exactly what he's doing

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      8 күн бұрын

      I am an OG

  42. Adaryn Arthur

    Adaryn Arthur

    9 күн бұрын

    I really love how training techniques over the years have changed to a much more gentle, almost 'consensual' approach, from the very heavy-handed way some trainers and farriers still have of handling things. The training world is coming around and I'm here for it!

    • SmiffytheCat

      SmiffytheCat

      3 күн бұрын

      @JRBDWD Very often animals have a strong bond with their owners. The level of trust, love, and friendship can become very deep. Animals often express their love with their ability to give. Perhaps the many videos of dogs protecting their owners or their owners children are good examples. A different example could be a milk cow who has known her master's kindness also showing kindness and gentleness to her master's young children. These are known experiences not unheard of within the scope of animal/human interactions. So, yes, consensual. Even a fully grown billy goat can show his kindness and gentleness to his master's children. Ask me how I know.

    • JRBDWD

      JRBDWD

      3 күн бұрын

      "Consensual"....really?

    • SmiffytheCat

      SmiffytheCat

      7 күн бұрын

      When life is hard.... very hard, animals can be part of your machinery. Survival can mean moments count. Not the nicest for the animal, but intended for the ones relying on the outcome. These are softer times so far. Nothing wrong with animal husbandry to its fullest, but keep in mind, life has not always been easy. My Grandfather expressed regret over not knowing certain things to make his animals "happier." "A righteous man regards the life of his beast."

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      Very true. I grew up with a cowboy named Pony that had a very rough approach. Not at all the way I do it now. Thanks for watching Adaryn.

  43. Donna Williams

    Donna Williams

    5 күн бұрын

    That's a dangerous profession, to say the least! Great job teacher.

  44. * farfoil

    * farfoil

    11 күн бұрын

    Tout est démontré,avec clarté, efficacité.. excellent ..bravo et merci pour cette démonstration .. très éducative

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Thank you very much

  45. H De La

    H De La

    3 күн бұрын

    Great skill and teaching brotha! You know what are you are doing👏🏽

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      I appreciate that!

  46. Jane Lockwood

    Jane Lockwood

    11 күн бұрын

    I love watching knowledge and wisdom being passed down.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Thanks Jane.

  47. Emppu T.

    Emppu T.

    9 күн бұрын

    What beautiful creatures these for legged friends are. Swell technique, you handle them so well.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      Thanks for your comment Emppu

  48. mrpibb7781

    mrpibb7781

    5 күн бұрын

    Excellent job there, boss. Eliminate injury to yourself and minimizing stress on the horse.

  49. ¥uri

    ¥uri

    21 күн бұрын

    He explained it so well while showing his technique it was like magic. New subscriber!

    • Ed Fuller

      Ed Fuller

      20 күн бұрын

      I did too, and i dont even work with horses. Had to be responsible feeding them, but never working with em, besides walking em.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      21 күн бұрын

      I appreciate you Yuri.

  50. ꧁꧂Michael Divito꧁꧂

    ꧁꧂Michael Divito꧁꧂

    11 күн бұрын

    Great technique and demonstration 👏🏼

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Thank you Michael.

  51. Gold Ridge Design

    Gold Ridge Design

    9 күн бұрын

    My great grandpa used to break horse, he was kicked in the head and "was never the same again" you guys have a physically intense job. I respect that

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      Sorry about your grandfather's injury

  52. Joseph Harris

    Joseph Harris

    5 күн бұрын

    True definition of "knowledge is power" that horse is strong enough to kick a hole in your chest and through knowledge and technique, completely neutralized her ability to kick. So cool

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Thanks for your thoughtful comment Joseph.

  53. Lucas Doblado

    Lucas Doblado

    10 күн бұрын

    Que buena técnica para animales nuevos , gracias por compartir estos vídeos y por el maestro de dejarlo grabar

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Gracias para ver Lucas. Mira este canal. kzonlines.info/level/p0HU1KKW2LHqZ6D-ZPKf-A

  54. small footprint

    small footprint

    20 күн бұрын

    Consideration of the horses fears is so lovely. Getting her cooperation by soothing her is amazing. Thank you for knowing how to best care for her.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      20 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching.

  55. Rice Munchies

    Rice Munchies

    11 күн бұрын

    I used to love horses but growing up, I read a lot about horses (wanted to own a ranch one day) and 5th grade me wanted to see how strong a horse could kick. Needless to say I now have a fear of being on the receiving end of a kick from a horse 😅

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      You can overcome that fear.

  56. Ioannis Fragias

    Ioannis Fragias

    6 күн бұрын

    The sheer power in that kick I can feel it through the screen

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      6 күн бұрын

      They do pack some power Ioannis

  57. Rock

    Rock

    10 күн бұрын

    Amazing! That skill comes from a great experience.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      I'm an OG Rock.

  58. Khazanah Farm Palangka Raya

    Khazanah Farm Palangka Raya

    8 күн бұрын

    Amazing, thank you for the knowledge, hopefully it's useful

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      8 күн бұрын

      Thanks. I hope so too.

  59. John Smith

    John Smith

    21 күн бұрын

    Idk man I just love tips of any profession that are “safety, safety, calmness, calmness, effective”

    • Spacedude

      Spacedude

      19 күн бұрын

      Sscce

    • John Smith

      John Smith

      19 күн бұрын

      @Heartland Horseshoeing School thanks for responding! ☺️

    • chris wiredu

      chris wiredu

      20 күн бұрын

      Absolutely! It’s wholesome to see a skilled person do his/her thing with grace.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      21 күн бұрын

      Cool John. Thanks for watching.

  60. Bronwyn Ishac

    Bronwyn Ishac

    10 күн бұрын

    Awesome teacher Well done Sir ❤

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Thank you for your comment Bronwyn

  61. Alex

    Alex

    6 сағат бұрын

    That’s so cool. really good method and advice to teach em! That’s a really beautiful horse too nice 👍🏼

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      2 сағат бұрын

      Glad you liked it Alex

  62. Bake Sake Make

    Bake Sake Make

    11 күн бұрын

    Вот это да 👍, у меня тоже были лошади, но не знал про такой приём, для многих это опасно для жизни, хоть на первый взгляд всё просто) дед просто на опыте, профи.

    • Сергей Юрьевич

      Сергей Юрьевич

      4 күн бұрын

      За железную решётку коня и в щель копыто лебедкой затягиваешь

    • Ef Mac

      Ef Mac

      5 күн бұрын

      Until putin started his war...

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Experience help for sure. Thanks for watching.

  63. Dena Lancaster

    Dena Lancaster

    6 күн бұрын

    you make that look so easy when it's not and you're gentle while doing it

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      6 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching and commenting Dena

  64. slick willy

    slick willy

    21 күн бұрын

    I have great respect for anyone who can do this. Even more for someone who is good at it. I did it one time back in my younger days. That was really hard work.

    • slick willy

      slick willy

      20 күн бұрын

      @TheReal Sensei nah. Just tired.

    • TheReal Sensei

      TheReal Sensei

      20 күн бұрын

      I got kicked and broke like 8 ribs lmfao

    • TheReal Sensei

      TheReal Sensei

      20 күн бұрын

      Did you get kicked ?

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      21 күн бұрын

      It is not an office job.

  65. Ginger Dixy

    Ginger Dixy

    9 күн бұрын

    One note: we try our hardest to Never have the horse restrained via a bite. If they bolt... Well you know what happens. During my training with horses I was adviced to get good with dancing because my partner has BIG HEAVY FEET, oh and I'm following their lead

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      There are a lot of big heavy dancers out there Ginger.

  66. Maureen Halahan

    Maureen Halahan

    25 минут бұрын

    Nothing like experience! Well done!

  67. Guillermo Altamirano

    Guillermo Altamirano

    9 күн бұрын

    El que sabe, sabe...........el trabajo y la experiencia aplicados para ayudar al que lo necesita, enhorabuena. Maestro

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      Mucahs gracias Guillermo. Es mi pasion.

  68. James Bond

    James Bond

    13 сағат бұрын

    Impressive. So grateful to see this and you've earned a subscriber.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      13 сағат бұрын

      Sweet. The more the merrier. Thanks

  69. Tara Barbato

    Tara Barbato

    17 күн бұрын

    THIS!!!!!! This is horsemanship!! Makes my heart so happy! No screaming. No beating. No dominance. Just patience, kindness and true understanding! ❤️❤️

    • Lights Out

      Lights Out

      11 күн бұрын

      🐴 🐴 🐴 I make $40 an hour and off 3-4 days a week if I want. That’s 250 a day. Idk if that would afford me to budget for horse vets and emergencies tho. I don’t have any kids or other obligations in life.

    • Lights Out

      Lights Out

      11 күн бұрын

      That’s what kept me away from the horse world for so long. Been saving, trying to break into wrangling now that I see skills that I’m okay with. I know a horse of mine would be happier than a Spanish stallion whose been soared by millionaires.

    • Kashgari

      Kashgari

      12 күн бұрын

      Sounds like someone was abused LMAO

    • Bastian Merriman

      Bastian Merriman

      13 күн бұрын

      @Skynet 🤣😂😭💀

    • Skynet

      Skynet

      13 күн бұрын

      Some say.. .. he was kicked right after he said "Boom" 😅

  70. Mietek Victor

    Mietek Victor

    11 күн бұрын

    A brilliant man with experience, respect👍🙂

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Thank you kindly

  71. Rob

    Rob

    6 күн бұрын

    Absolutely brilliant Sir , the true horse whisperer

  72. Jacqueline Braze

    Jacqueline Braze

    2 күн бұрын

    A Professional is defined as "someone who makes it look sooooo easy anybody could do it". I have lotsa experience with difficult, abused horses and I've observed this vid ???? times. As they say: "Don't attempt this at home". Get someone like this gentleman to teach you!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      2 күн бұрын

      What a nice comment. Thanks Jacqueline.

  73. Ash Williams

    Ash Williams

    3 күн бұрын

    I find this is the best way to deal with my wife as well when she’s really riled up

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      2 күн бұрын

      Put a towel around her shoulders and say, "Now, you are Super Angry". Women love that.

  74. Edwin Hitchcock

    Edwin Hitchcock

    27 күн бұрын

    It’s wonderful to see that theirs still good horsemen teaching people the professional way to work with horses. In our shoeing Business we take pride being able to work with horses and mules in this style of horsemanship. Not to long ago a lot of farriers and blacksmith used to take a lot of pride in this style of work but that few and far between this day and age. Keep up the awesome videos.

    • Johnnaei' Stewart

      Johnnaei' Stewart

      21 күн бұрын

      You Explained that perfectly. 💯

    • Cheryl Wade

      Cheryl Wade

      22 күн бұрын

      I used to hold horses for farriers and horse dentists. It was an exciting job at times . My job was to keep the horse off of the farrier ,dentist or veterinarian. Sometimes we had to use a twitch or lip shank. Do you guys still use stocks for the really dangerous horses? The horse shoer I worked with a was also a blacksmith .I liked the Anvil's Ring Magazine , the instructions for ironwork were easy to understand. I am glad I was able to work with skilled craftsmen of forgotten occupations.

    • Michael Thomas

      Michael Thomas

      22 күн бұрын

      If I were younger I'd be in Montana on the range!

    • Dapper D

      Dapper D

      22 күн бұрын

      "theirs?" ha ha "Not to long?"

    • eyeballdude

      eyeballdude

      23 күн бұрын

      @Heartland Horseshoeing School Sounds interesting!

  75. Витёк

    Витёк

    9 күн бұрын

    Старый мудрый ковбой! Заслуживает уважения за то, что делится опытом

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      9 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching

  76. Сергей Куценко

    Сергей Куценко

    4 күн бұрын

    Серьезный,опытный мужчина. Очень приятно смотреть. Здоровья и процветания. 👍

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching

  77. Дмитрий Кондратьев

    Дмитрий Кондратьев

    8 күн бұрын

    Крутой дядька. Настоящий ковбой 🤠 Успехов вам,в вашей не лёгкой деятельности.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      8 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching

  78. SPIRIT USER

    SPIRIT USER

    7 күн бұрын

    This man has balls of steel, going near a horse knowing that one kick on the crotch and you will be half dead, seriously I need some metal armor to go behind a horse. Owning a Buffalo, I fully know the power of those legs, I once got hit on the wrist and it took me a week to recover, so imagine getting hit on the balls.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      7 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching. Large animals can sure pack some power.

  79. Psy4

    Psy4

    12 күн бұрын

    Composure, wisdom and old man strength. Those horses are chilling.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      12 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching

  80. Muffy

    Muffy

    11 күн бұрын

    Any paint horse I've ever met has been ornery as all hell. I'm afraid to be around the one I work with because she's known for biting, but I'm working on her hooves. Thank you for the video :)

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Stay safe Muffy. The students avoid paints as well.

  81. Sandra Stevens

    Sandra Stevens

    2 күн бұрын

    This gentle approach is the best she is afraid 😨 so getting her used to it in this gentle way is going to make her farrier experience a good one instead of scary.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Күн бұрын

      Exactly right Sandra

  82. Timmy Girard

    Timmy Girard

    11 күн бұрын

    I've never ridden a horse or really been near them for any extent, but these videos totally fascinate me. They really are like big dogs

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Big big dogs.

  83. jaystacular

    jaystacular

    12 күн бұрын

    I am amazed how these magnificent beauties were ever domesticated in the first place 🤯 just look at that power

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      They were put here for us

  84. Sophia C

    Sophia C

    14 күн бұрын

    I’m so pleased to see positive posts of people handling animals properly and teaching others how to do it! Thank you!❤

    • TermlessGHM

      TermlessGHM

      9 күн бұрын

      Cowboy: "once you let that toe go....but if you do this and that..." Horse: hihihi let me see you try mustache. Cowboy: okay

    • Colin Leech

      Colin Leech

      10 күн бұрын

      Agreed. The world can always use more of this type of positivity. Also, this type if informative content, specifically made for safety, and to keep people (& animals) from getting hurt.🙂

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      14 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching and commenting Sophia.

  85. Сергей Викторович

    Сергей Викторович

    10 күн бұрын

    Супер! Вот он опыт!!!! Отлично отец!!!

    • Alexandr Baytimirov

      Alexandr Baytimirov

      8 күн бұрын

      @Heartland Horseshoeing School Байдену ногу также заламай

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching.

  86. ryan griffiths

    ryan griffiths

    4 күн бұрын

    This man is a great teacher.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Thank you Ryan

  87. Jeff Kingston

    Jeff Kingston

    8 күн бұрын

    That dude is super badass, I can't imagine learning that would be easy.😳👍

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      8 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching Jeff. It is just part of the job.

  88. Сергей Загрёбин

    Сергей Загрёбин

    11 күн бұрын

    Всегда приятно видеть работу профессионала.

    • Rusticle 2.0🏴‍☠️

      Rusticle 2.0🏴‍☠️

      5 күн бұрын

      🇬🇧🇺🇳🇺🇦🇹🇼🇺🇲fuck russia

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Thank you for watching and commenting

  89. Paul Bouchard

    Paul Bouchard

    21 күн бұрын

    That is truly fascinating you're amazing at handling horses but you're also a very good teacher I mean you really demonstrated well and spoke extremely well I love horses I've never had one but boy this is a really special video I'm going to share it on my Facebook

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      21 күн бұрын

      Thanks a lot Paul. The more shares we get the more it keeps the school running. Sure appreciate you. www.heartlandhorseshoeing.com

  90. Micheal Currie

    Micheal Currie

    4 күн бұрын

    He made it look easy. Great stuff. Cowboy.

  91. Fin

    Fin

    5 күн бұрын

    Pure experience and skill

  92. Maria raye

    Maria raye

    3 күн бұрын

    This farrier has some skills. I can tell this isn't his first rodeo 🤣

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      I have been here before Maria

  93. alex banks

    alex banks

    6 күн бұрын

    You guys are brave and skilled, respect

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      6 күн бұрын

      Thanks for your comment Alex

  94. JT Tantrum

    JT Tantrum

    10 күн бұрын

    Is amazing the way he handles the animal.... Total pro

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      10 күн бұрын

      Thank you JT

  95. Анна Уланова

    Анна Уланова

    7 күн бұрын

    Работал с лошадьми почти 4 года, владелец конюшни всегда сам обрезал копыта, редко кому доверял. Однажды он всё же прозевал хватку и получил в зад от мощного рысака. Мне самому от увиденного аж плоховато стало. Сам только обучал лошадей, из 17 красавцев и красавиц, упал только один раз). Это были мои наверное самые лучшие 4 года из всей жизни. Уже знал характер каждой лошади, по поведению мог понять чего ожидать. Если кто помнит, был рысак Гайдук, участвовал даже на Московских бегах и призёр. Жеребец был с характером))!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      7 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching

  96. Erin Clark

    Erin Clark

    10 сағат бұрын

    Great work. Any advice for horses that like to slam down their front feet after 15 seconds?

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      2 сағат бұрын

      Yes. We use the Noavel headstall with great success. Here is a link to how I use that tool. Just modify for the behavior you are working on. kzonlines.info/up/i6-EitrXm7JmpX0/bejne

  97. Monsieur Pickle

    Monsieur Pickle

    2 күн бұрын

    Men this knowledgeable and badass are a dying breed sadly. Definitely a good role model .

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      2 күн бұрын

      Thanks for the comment.

  98. SpaceFaceFPV

    SpaceFaceFPV

    23 күн бұрын

    This is amazing to see, you can clearly see how you're earning the horses trust in real time. A true master of his craft!

    • BreakinGames

      BreakinGames

      22 күн бұрын

      Well then at that time I'd tell horse to fix it himself and enjoy painful hoofs

    • Dapper D

      Dapper D

      22 күн бұрын

      As opposed to fake time?

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      23 күн бұрын

      Thank you for your comment.

  99. Suzanne Senser

    Suzanne Senser

    3 күн бұрын

    Holy cow! You made that look soooo easy! Deceptively easy!

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      3 күн бұрын

      Thank you Suzanne.

  100. LemonGummySharkie

    LemonGummySharkie

    12 күн бұрын

    this was beautiful. true horsemanship.

    • Heartland Horseshoeing School

      Heartland Horseshoeing School

      11 күн бұрын

      Thanks for watching

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