The tips I give in this chapter are aimed at the use of calming signals and knowledge of the variety of signals described in this book. They are intended for riders and handlers who want to better understand, guide, socialise, and train their horse. The tips are useful for anyone who deals with horses, but if you are in a situation that causes discomfort, pain, or fear in you or your horse, or that may cause injury to either of you, the first course of action is to stop and always to consult a behaviour expert and a veterinarian (to rule out physical problems). My tips cannot substitute for this, but they can form an underlying basis and methodology for you and your horse.