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A Natural Horsemanship Solution to Tall Horse, Short Rider

Horse trainer and cowboy Larry Fleming

Horse trainer and cowboy Larry Fleming in his training facilities near Fort Lupton, Colorado. | Photo by Stephanie Davis

If you’re horse is tall you’re not, you can carry a mounting block to your horse, says horse trainer Larry Fleming, but it’s better if he’s trained to walk up to it and not move.

Larry shows how to do this using natural horsemanship methods in this video. He makes it look easy!


To learn more about natural horsemanship, download our FREE guide—Natural Horsemanship Training Explained: The history and philosophy behind natural horsemanship and what it means for you and your horse.


If you haven’t “met” him yet by watching How to Bridle a Horse: Part I,  How to Bridle a Horse, Part II, or The Best Way to Take off a Bridle,  then let me introduce you to Larry Fleming, whom I refer to as Larry the Cowboy.

Larry is indeed a cowboy–the real thing–and he’s also a horse trainer, so he’s Larry The Cowboy, Horse Trainer.
Larry is well-known up and down the Front Range in Colorado for his gentle, winning way with horses, and his ability to turn around even the most troubled horse.
Larry looks at life from the horse’s perspective, which is something the rest of us don’t always do. Enjoy!

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