31 Fun & Useful Things To Do With Your Horse (other than riding)

31 fun and useful things to do with your horse, other than riding. These are great horse training ideas for the summer!

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find. This is awesome!

Focus On Transitions – Week 4 by Horse Listening

Focus On Transitions – Week 4 by Horse Listening - more exercises for Salt

There are so many tricks you can teach your horse.  There are all the usual ones like kiss, hug, bow etc, but also have a think about teaching your horse some USEFUL tricks.  These can make life a lot easier (and safer) around your horse.

There are so many tricks you can teach your horse. There are all the usual ones like kiss, hug, bow etc, but also have a think about teaching your horse some USEFUL tricks. These can make life a lot easier (and safer) around your horse.

very calming points, the horses love them!

very calming points, the horses love them!

winter horse, riding in winter, training in winter, conditioning horse, keep horse fit winter, horse stretches, carrot stretch

winter horse, riding in winter, training in winter, conditioning horse, keep…

Most of the riders do one mistake that encourages their horse to get scared. Take a guess what that is and then read the article!

Spooky horse training tips

Recognise that they are threatened by a pattern of behaviours an owner or advisor has already created. If you continue to yell and verbally abuse a horse it will be aggressive towards you. If you have a horse that's high strung then you'll love this horse training tip. Learn step-by-step how to calm down a hot horse.

Read More About Recognise that they are threatened by a pattern of behaviours an owner or advisor has already created. If you continue to yell and verbally abuse a horse it will be aggressive towards you. If you have.

An adult amateur (hopeful) eventer blogs about her adventures training her Mustang x Arab from scratch.

The clover leaf exercise: Place four small verticals or crossrails in a + shape. Start by trotting the first one then circling left, trotting the next one, and so on. Focus on balance, rhythm, and turning from the outside aids.

Level: Intermediate/Advance.I love this design because it is versatile and provides a “2-in-1” training package. It allows you to concentrate your exercise in

Level: Intermediate& love this design because it is versatile and provides a training package. It allows you to concentrate your exercise in

Each time you ride capture these 6 specific pieces of information:-

Keeping a journal is part of your horse training regime. Each time you ride capture these 6 specific pieces of information:-

through lanes and gaps

Better dressage through cavaletti training?

6 Core Training Exercises for Equestrians | Savvy Horsewoman

6 Core Training Exercises for Equestrians - I should start doing these! Lord knows I need a stronger core!

Here's how to get a horse to willingly walk up to you when you come into the pasture with a halter. Tip: It doesn't involve a treat! One of the most useful horse training tips out there.

How to catch a horse that doesn't want to be caught. Here's how to get a horse to willingly walk up to you when you come into the pasture with a halter. Tip: It doesn't involve a treat! One of the most useful horse training tips out there.

This is the number one cause of all issues novice riders have

Do Not Ride Your Horse Without Understanding This First

READ This is the number one cause of all issues novice riders have

Here's one of the best horse training tips you can use to earn more respect and trust from your horse. Many horses don't see their owners as the "alpha" of the herd. Does yours?

Here's one of the best horse training tips you can use to earn more respect and trust from your horse. Many horses don't see their owners as the "alpha" of the herd.(Saving to read later.

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