- v. present participle of longe.
“Mr. Rarey says nothing about "longeing," which is the first step of”
“We spoil our horses, first by pampering them in hot stables under warm clothing; next, by working them too young; and, lastly, by entrusting their training to rude, ignorant men, who rely for leading colt the way he should go on mere force, harsh words, a sharp whip, and the worrying use of the longeing rein.”
“The great use of longeing is, not that it supples your horse -- it is a farce to suppose that -- but that, next to leading, it is the easiest act of obedience which you can exact from him.”
“Because they are used to teach students skills such as applying stable bandages, loading horses on trailers, and longeing (to name a few), teaching horses need to have excellent ground manners.”
“Martingales, tie-downs, draw-reins, any sort of a pulley system associated with "setting a head" whether applied when mounted or when longeing are all used as a substitute for effective training and should be avoided.”
“As soon as he does this without difficulty, leave off the use of the longeing line, and next leave both legs at liberty: by striking him on the shins with the whip, he will understand that he is to kneel down.”
“To make a horse kneel, tie his pastern-joint to his elbow, make fast a longer line to the other pastern-joint, have this held tight, and strike the leg with the whip; the instant he raises it from the ground, pull at the longeing line to bend the leg.”
“In longeing you should walk a circle inside the colt’s circle.”
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