Ivy Saebens shares the seat, leg and hand cues that have helped her barrel racing.
Ivy Saebens talks about how she’s learned from her NFR-qualifying husband Billie Jack Saebens to develop more effective leg cues. Afterwards, she discusses how she expects her horses to respond to the cues from her hands, feet and seat.
About Ivy Saebens
In her series on BarrelRacing.com, Saebens combines her expertise and horsemanship skills to give members tips and insights they can use in their wn training. She covers a wide range of topics from rodeo mentality to bits, saddle fit, drills and much more.
- What Bits Help Ivy Saebens Win?
- Learning to Ride with Spurs, with Ivy Saebens
- Equine Nutrition and Care While Traveling to Rodeos
“The series of videos we shot with Ivy Saebens will give people a unique look behind the scenes at Ivy’s day to day commitment to horsemanship and what that looks like,” said Bonnie Wheatley, content director for Barrel Racing Magazine and BarrelRacing.com. “Ivy works hard to establish a winning bond with her barrel horses and I think her advice will help others gain the necessary skills they need to do the same. It was a real treat to spend the day watching her work and I think people will benefit greatly from Ivy’s willingness to share her knowledge.”
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