Tarps are commonly used as a training tool. Watch as Idaho horseman Wade Black demonstrates his method for helping a young horse feel comfortable walking across a tarp laying on the ground. colt startingnervous horsetarpWade Black Author Lizzie Iwersen Related Posts Quality Craftsmanship at the TCAA Exhibition & Sale October 16, 2019 A Horseman’s Rocking Horse October 1, 2019 Make Sure Your Double Off Latigo Is Installed Correctly and in Good Condition September 27, 2019 Brandon Buttars Works Buffalo, Not Cattle September 24, 2019 Breeding Criollo Horses in Argentina September 19, 2019 Feet to Face: Using a Rope Hackamore September 16, 2019 1 Comment Bradley Tjossem 2 months ago Reply I do not favor “sending my horse away” on a 12’ lead, as he always faces up immediately, showing respect and attention to me w positive eye contact! He is always attentive and goes anywhere, Although past horses have followed my lead and will circle. I feel uncomfortable “forcing this action” on this horse! Please have someone comment on this. Is it really necessary? Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.