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Review: Float Loading With James Meurer DVD

Just in time for Christmas and the summer holidays is this easy to follow DIY Float Loading DVD from Aussie Horseman James Meurer.

Actually, the DVD has been out for a while now, but I thought it would make a great xmas pressie for any horse enthusiast. There are three things that I really like about this DVD
1. It’s Australian. I would rather watch an Aussie tell me how to train my horse any day.
2. It’s easy to follow.
3. It doesn’t require you to go through a whole level of someone’s training program just so you can load your horse. Did I mention it’s easy to follow? Well it is. I think even kids of pony club age (under adult supervision of course) could safely follow the directions on this dvd. For starters, James breaks the float loading events into two distinct parts. He keeps it simple each time. He uses one demo horse throughout the DVD and the moment that horse goes on the float will make you say “Wow!” – that’s exactly what I said, it was so quick and so unexpected (as well as calm, unrushed and safe). {sidebar id=3}There’s also a very funny story involving float loading a miniature. The techniques aren’t amazingly unique, or even “new” (and James makes no such claims). What they are is simple, safe and effective. (Oh, and I road tested the method, not with a float, but a dark stable a horse wouldn’t enter. Big thumbs up!) Highly recommended. 

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