How To Catch A Horse That Doesn’t Want To Be Caught

If your horse is constantly trying to avoid you when you try to catch him, then the video below will show you how to change that.

And yes, you could probably put feed in a bucket and start shaking it which would entice your horse to come to you and then you could catch him.

However, there’s two things about that method that you need to keep in mind.

1. What if your horse gets out or gets loose and you don’t have any feed nearby?
2. Your horse is only coming to you because he wants to eat and not because he wants to be with you.

So, if you’d like to develop the relationship and not have to use a bribe to get your horse to cooperate, then here’s how:

About The Author

Carson James

Carson James' background is in Vaquero Horsemanship. For the majority of his career, he worked on cattle ranches where he rode horses all day, every day. He was often in situations where he either had to figure out how to help the horse understand, or it could easily turn into a life or death situation. Carson now travels the country putting on training clinics teaching people the fundamentals of Horsemanship. He has a unique way of breaking things down where they're easy to understand, both for the horse and the human.