Training the Foal and Weanling

Training the Foal and Weanling

Training the Foal and Weanling

Halter breaking, ground manners,
handling lessons, lung-line training
and much more.

These training methods are great for yearlings
and older horses too.

If you’ve ever wanted to know how top professionals get great results training foals and weanlings, this is the video you’ve been waiting for.

This 6-hour, 3-disc DVD set shows STEP-BY-STEP how to train your baby.

Produced by cutting and reining trainer, Larry Trocha, the information in this video is extremely detailed.

You’ll see exactly how to train your baby with methods that are proven and safe.

Here’s what you’ll learn…

  • How to get your baby to accept and trust you.
  • How to catch your foal. (Even if he is initially afraid of you).
  • How to safely immobilize your foal for handling and doctoring.
  • How to halter break your foal and teach him to lead well.
  • The #1 MISTAKE that can RUIN your foal’s chances of ever becoming a top cutting, reining or working cow horse. (Many foal owners make this mistake believing they are helping their baby).
  • How to establish respect and control. (Very important lesson for ANY horse to learn, young or old).
  • How to train your baby to circle in both directions on the lunge line.
  • How to correct BITING, KICKING and BAD MANNERS.
  • How to teach your foal to yield his front-end and hindquarters.
  • How to train your foal to go forward, stop and back-up.
  • How to teach your baby to accept fly spray, clippers and spooky objects.
  • How to teach your foal to willingly pick his feet up for cleaning and trimming.
  • The SAFEST method possible to teach your baby to STAND TIED.

You’ll learn all this plus much, much more!

Special Introductory Offer…
Order Now & Save $40

Regular price for this 6-hour DVD set is $129.

Special introductory price… only $89.

That’s a $40 DISCOUNT OFF the regular price.

Running time: 6 hours
3-disc set

Price: $89
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Phone orders welcome


Foal Training Success Story!

Hi Larry,

I have recently received your “Training the Foal and Weanling” DVD set and have just finished watching all three discs.

You have definitely gone to great lengths to precisely show each step in detail and to make sure that WE clearly understand the importance of taking our time and doing it RIGHT.

I was also very impressed that you showed the small mistakes you made i.e when teaching the colt to let you pick up his feet, and the way you went about demonstrating how you had just taught him to do the wrong thing.

You know, most trainers would have edited any of their mistakes out but to do what you have done, enhances the teaching process as well as showing just how easy it is to teach the wrong thing to a young colt/filly.

I thank you very much for the effort you have gone to with this DVD set and was especially looking forward to the initial tying up of a young horse. I have always be very apprehensive of this stage of a horses training and found your demonstration had my complete attention.

Again, I thank you for your “to the point” training methods.

Denis Humphreys

A Note About Ordering

There are times when our phone literally rings off the hook and my assistant, Bev is kept jumping taking everyone’s orders.

We want to help as many people as we can.

So, if you call us and the line is busy, please call back and try again. Or better yet, leave a message with your name, area code and phone number.

If you’ll do that, Bev will get back to you A.S.A.P.

Thanks a bunch.

Larry Trocha


  1. cat says

    How young is too young. i have a yearling that was started but i do not know how much. He leads well and I can round pen him. He just was guiled. My problem right now is that when I take him in to the round pen he will not leave my side. I have to walk away from him and snap the lunging line or wip to make him move. He stays to close to me when we do walk but I am working on that and he is getting better not invading my space.He is not scared of water or the plastic bag or tarp( i have tryed all this) can you give me advice please.

    thank you

  2. Paula F says

    I wait for your emails and as soon as I get them I go to the link. I’m looking at buying the Training the Foal and Weanling video. I think it’s what I need. I’m newer to horses and mine is 4 and halter broken only. I am determined to learn with her and love her to death. I love training dogs and have been quite successful. Wow are horses different. But loving the challenge. Without getting into details, we have regressed as of about a month ago. She was kicked by another horse while exiting a pen while under my care. After that she’s changed with me. We were still relatively new to each other.
    My question, I need to get her out of her pen, after despooking her and feeling her all over, without her spooking in the next area. Last week I just about turned into a pancake against the fence. Will this video help with that specific? What are my moves when that happens? Before I can work with her again in a big area, I have to leave our original area and now it’s getting’s been a few times. I’m willing to learn but need a hand and usually no one is around. Suggestions? I appreciate honestly always.
    Thanks so much for your newsletters and audio and emails. I look forward to the next and getting the video.

  3. michel trottier says

    Hi Larry ,,i bought some of your dvd a years ago and it helps me a lot in training my 2 and 3 years olds ,Thanks a lot ..i will buy more video soon
    You do a great job in your video!

  4. Virginia Stewart says

    I have not only studied the video by watching it three times, but have implemented all of the steps on my 4 month old Filly. She is doing an excellent job. She is doing great with all aspects of the video training. You are so explicit and careful with your directions and advice. If someone watches the whole series and follows the steps in order….they will have an amazing baby! I know I do. People are amazed at how well trained and trusting she is at her young age!
    Thank you so much.

  5. Eric Escobar says


    I would like to know if you have any training courses in how to prepare the colt for the first ridding and what to do during the first ridding. I have a colt that has never been riden and I would like to learn the steps to ease this process.

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