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Work Cattle, Fix Behavior Problems
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Horse training with reining & cutting horse trainer, Larry Trocha
Cutting & Reining Horse Trainer,
Larry Trocha

 

Hi – I’m Larry Trocha.

Training cutting, reining and working cow horses is my specialty. My training methods are designed to teach horses to stop, spin, rollback, change leads, work cattle and fix behavior problems. Problems like… bucking, rearing, biting, kicking and spooking.

I’m happy to share this specialized knowledge through my series of Horse Training DVDs, Online Horse Training Videos and my Horse Training Tips Insider.

Training a horse to stop & back up

Watch This Training Video… Free!

How To Train A Horse To Stop
And Back Up

This video clip, shows an intermediate method for
training a horse to stop, flex at the poll & back up.
(Includes instruction for both horse & rider)

Training horses that buck, rear, bite and kick

Featured Online Training Video

How To Fix Horses That Buck,
Rear, Bite, Kick, Spook & More

By Larry Trocha

A top pro demonstrates how to fix horses
with bad behavior problems

How to start and train horses for reining, cutting and much more.

Featured Horse Training DVDs
Special Package Offers

Foundation Training Package

Performance Training Package

Mega Training Package

The secret to riding & training a horse

The Most Important Secret To
Horse Training & Riding Well

By Larry Trocha

A pro’s advice about how to get good at riding
& training and the fastest way to get there.
(A “must read” for cutters & reiners)

The right bit for a horse

How To Choose The Right Bit
For Your Performance Horse

By Larry Trocha

A pro’s advice about the bitting process
and what bit to use when.

Larry Trocha at the PCCHA cutting horse futurity

The Top Five Myths About
Competition Cutting Horses

By Larry Trocha

A pro’s advice about cutting horses
and cutting horse prospects.

Horse being taught a reining sliding stop

Reining Horse Training for
Longer Sliding Stops

By Larry Trocha

A pro’s advice about what it takes for a reining horse
or reined cow horse to perform big-time sliding stops

Cutting horse saddle

Choosing The Right Saddle
For Reining Or Cutting

By Larry Trocha

A pro’s advice about choosing a saddle that will help
you ride in balance and sit the stop.
(Applies to trail riders too)

Leg problems in performance horses

How To Prevent Leg Problems
In Performance Horses

By Larry Trocha

Reining, cutting, barrel racing, roping and extreme trail
riding puts a lot of strain on your horse’s legs.
This information could help keep your horse sound.


Horse Training Success Story

The Quarter Horse News

17-Year-Old Kid Trained His Own Horse And WON
The National Reining Horse Assoc Futurity,
Limited Non-Pro Title.

Said he watched "ONE" training video over and over.

The kid’s name is Clayton Eggers and the training video
he watched is…

"Teach Your Horse to Rollback & Spin"

Read the whole story in his Quarter Horse News interview.



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Comments

  1. Cait Madl says

      I’m in desperate need of answers concerning my 17h 10 yr old Thoroughbred
    I’ve had for about a year now. His name is Swayze and he is a great
    grandson of Northern Dancer and Nijinksy. He has never raced or trained to
    race.  I do not know a lot of his history but I do know his previous rider
    would dismount if he got fast with her.
         For the first three or four months I owned him, I spent every ride
    trying to walk and trot without having to hold him with a death grip and do
    circles every 2 feet. I hve had him vetted and he is 100% sound. I have
    ridden him with a low headset, beautiful canters, and a soft rein, but only
    during blue moons. He needs serious help and I don’t know where to start.
         My first concern is how nervous he gets. Sweating, diarrhea, and the
    whites of his eyes showing is a serious problem. I am out of ideas on how
    to calm him. He’s not spooking at anything or even jumpy in the slightest.
    He’s simply the most frazzled horse I’ve ever met. His only job is simple
    hunter jumpers. He jumps like a pro, but before and after he’s a bat outta
    hell. I can walk him and trot him just fine. He bends well and will do
    trail riding like a seasoned quarter horse on the buckle. I have ridden him
    in a horse show in the horse pleasure division and I’m very surprised we
    didn’t get disqualified. He wasn’t worried about the people, the other
    horses, or even the trucks and trailers. He didn’t freak out until we had
    to canter. Then it was game over from there.
          I’m sure at this point you are wondering why in the hell I got him in
    the first place. He was $500 and has so much potential. When it’s good,
    it’s great! His ground manners are impeccable.  I can back him, wtc, halt,
    and turn him without a halter or touching him. He’s very sweet and wants to
    put his head on your chest, close his eyes, and have you scratch INSIDE his
    ears. (Weirdo)
         What can I do? Is he a lost cause and I’m just too close to see that?
    I’m a struggling vet tech student married to a marine living on my parents’
    farm trying to help keep them and the horses afloat.
         Well, thank you for your time and listening to me ramble. I appreciate
    it more than words can describe. I’m just not ready to give up yet and need
    your wisdom!

  2. Gordon Grit Peterson says

    I would like to see a Link I could refer you to a friend who is 13 and rides Reining horses
    Jumping horses and my Barrel Team Sorting horse, She is a better rider than most at her
    age. Please show me what I am missing. Home page ?
    Thanks for all your help.

    Grit P

    • LarryTrocha says

      Hi Gordon,
      I’m really not sure what you’re talking about.
      However, if you are trying to send a friend here, simply tell them to go to HorseTrainingVideos.com

      Take care,
      Larry T

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