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Colt-Starting Series: Outside Riding 101

Miles Baker breaks down how he makes sure to keep his horses in positive situations in the pasture.

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Colt-Starting Series: Groundwork in a Sidepull

Miles Baker starts the Relentless Remuda colts in a sidepull rather than a snaffle. Here are the fundamentals of using a sidepull and how it should be adjusted.

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Colt-Starting Series: Teaching a Colt Forward Motion

How much forward motion should you put into a colt without discouraging a stop?

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Colt-Starting Series: Softness in a Sidepull

What should you expect in the early rides on a colt? Miles Baker explains how he rides in a sidepull and introduces fundamentals in the first few rides.

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Colt-Starting Series: Flexing in a Halter on the Ground

Miles Baker introduces flexing in a colts first few rides not with a snaffle but with a halter on the ground. Here he demonstrates how.

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Colt-Starting Series: Teaching the Step Across

How do you teach a colt to move his feet in a way to set him up for success later in life? Miles Baker explains how he introduces a step across in a colt.

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Colt-Starting Series: Moving a Horse’s Hips with a Halter

You can teach a colt to move his hips without ever being in the saddle. Miles Baker shows how he uses a halter and lead rope to move a young horse's feet.

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Colt-Starting Series: Introducing a Stop

How and when do you ask for a stop in a 2-year-old? Miles Baker explains his long-term progression in the stop.

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Colt-Starting Series: When to Start Loping

Is there a set level of expectations each colt should have in early rides? And when should you ask for a lope? Miles Baker explains.

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Colt-Starting Series: Bending vs. Straight Lines

Do young horses spend too much time bending around in an arena and not enough time outside? Miles Baker breaks it down.

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