Horses that make bad decisions are dangerous
All too often we hear of accidents where the rider has apparently done everything right but the horse has made a mess of it. If this happens then it must be that the horse has made a bad decision or faulty judgment. But with VCAL many riders tell us that their horses are better able to judge the distance to and height of fences. And that they are better able to make the adjustments to their stride to more effectively negotiate the obstacle (though this requires the rider to take advantage of the training benefits of VCAL).
Spooky and nervous horses can also be very difficult to handle. Shoeing, boxing, tacking up in confined spaces and leading them to and from different places can be a nightmare. And, of course, nervous horses can be very dangerous to hack. VCAL won't fix all dangerous horses but it can make training much easier leading to a huge difference to a very large number of dangerous animals. Could it have prevented this fall?