Colt Starting Magic

How To Start Colts With or Without A Round Pen

If you want a practical and safe method that produces outstanding results,
this video series is what you’re looking for.

California trainer, Larry Trocha has produced a new video series that details a safe and logical way of starting unbroke horses. Larry’s method allows the colt to learn what is expected of him one step at a time. Step by step your colt will develop good manners, respect for humans and a willingness to please his rider.

Here’s a sample of what you’ll learn…

  • The ABC’s of starting a colt with or without the need of a 50’ breaking pen. (No need for a snubbing horse either).
  • How to teach the colt to respond to the reins “before” you get on his back. (Makes the first ride much safer).
  • How to establish respect, the key to developing a good working relationship with your colt.
  • How to greatly reduce the risk of your colt bucking you off. (Works great on 9 out of 10 horses).
  • How to prevent your colt from running away with you, without hurting his mouth.
  • Safety tips and little known tricks that will keep you out of trouble and out of the hospital.
  • The pros and cons of hobble training and how to do it as safely as possible. (Hobble training is optional and is not absolutely necessary for the success of this colt starting method).
  • How to teach your colt to willingly lower his head for bridling and stand perfectly still to be saddled.
  • Colt starting philosophy. Larry Trocha discusses the what, how and why of starting colts with this method.

If you’re looking for an alternative way of starting colts, you’ll love these videos. The two DVD disc series is approximately three (3) hours long and is extremely detailed. You’ll see top cutting and reining trainer, Larry Trocha start two colts.

Larry begins the training on the ground, then goes step by step all the way through the first ride. As he works with the colts, Larry explains everything he’s doing and why he’s doing it. By the end of the tapes you’ll have a crystal clear understanding of how this method works.

What’s great about these videos is you get to see the colts started in “real time”. Very little editing was done to the tapes. You see everything as it actually happened. You’ll love it.

Production Values: First rate. The picture and sound track are crystal clear.

Running Time: Approximately 3 hours – 2 DVD disc set.

Price: $69
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Comments

  1. Evan Haney says

    Larry, your newsletters are very helpful in helping me train my 4 year old paint Sovie. I just got this horse only a month ago and its been fun but her previous owner didn’t train her well. So i’m wondering if this is the right training video for me to use on her.
    Sincerely,
    Evan Haney

  2. C McIntyre says

    Hi I am in Australia, just about to start a 5yr old recently gelded horse and would like to watch your ‘starting colts’ DVD. The trouble is that we have different regional coding here for DVD’s we are region 4 and conventional DVD’s from the US dont play on our machines. Can you suggest a rememdy?
    Thankyou

    • LarryTrocha says

      @C McIntyre: Hi C. No remedy needed for my DVDs to play in Australia. Lots of people from down under purchase my dvds and have no problems playing them.

      Larry T.

  3. diego martinez says

    Hi,

    I want to ask you if all the videos are only in inglish or if they have translation to others languages , spanish.

    Thanks

    Diego

    • LarryTrocha says

      @diego martinez: Hi Diego. Currently the dvds are English only as that is the only language I know how to speak.
      However, if enough people request spanish, i may get a few dvds translated.

      Larry T.

      • roberto says

        larry goodnight would be delighted to get the videos in Spanish and I’m very interested in them since I’m from Venezuela

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