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Once you've learned how to ride your horse on a draped rein, you'll need learn where to hold your rein hand while you're competing. RL demonstrates where he likes to hold his rein hand.
Warm up your finished cutting horse at the show by working him flat and doing dry work. RL demonstrates a warm up that he uses on his show horses.
Although a finished cutting horse doesn't require you to use your hands as often, when you're working with a young cutting horse, your hands are essential tools to train him to accurately perform his job.
Cutting horses are generally "feely" and require direct timing and cues. RL breaks down how to get your timing correct when you're asking for your cues.