Mustang Training Flag

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Mustang Training Flag


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Product Summary:

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Just like the top trainers use, a 3.5’ lightweight shaft training stick with flag end, helps desensitize your horse in training. Color: Black. Size: 3.5ft.

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nice to keep around barn, to ask my horses to move thier feet back, and stay out of my 'bubble' when I am feeding.
Lisette H on Jul 23, 2016
Probably one of my favorite training tools. The handle can come off. If it does, just use some super glue and you are back in business. Super light weight. Effective. Great product. Just realized I forgot to order another one.
April L on Jan 7, 2016
Hard to find.
Brenda M on Mar 5, 2016
TO desensitize my gelding.
REBECCA L on Jan 6, 2016
What is this used for?
A shopper on Apr 15, 2014
Best Answer: People use it as an aid to help when training a horse to lunge that wants to cut in on them or try and run them over. When brought up in front of their eye they automatically want to move away from it. It can also be used as another tool to sack out your horse. I bought this and used it once.. Seemed to work well but I had more success from watching rick gore horsemanship videos on YouTube. You don't need any special whips or flags. Hope this helps!
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