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It takes on average 4-6 weeks to break in a horse in but that time span is based on several assumptions. If all the handling and preparatory work has been done properly then it should be plain sailing. The horse’s temperament and character can also dictate how smoothly the process ... Read More
Seriously Equestrian saved to Horse Training
This 24 page full colour ebook written by award winning equine therapist Jessica Blackwell, looks at 16 stretches to help keep your horse supple. These stretches focus on mobilisation techniques, balancing techniques, and core body strength techniques and walk the reader through the why we stretch, the aim of the stretches and the steps to perform them. An essential read for any rider or trainer.
Danielle Wills saved to Horse care
A guest post by Reese of Horses of the Ozark Hills. There he is right across from you, your horse. His feet beat the ground in a rhythmic pulse, his nostrils flare with his deep…
Jackie Hartman saved to Equestrian
Do you want a deeper, stronger bond with your horse? Maybe you’ve just brought home a new horse, or maybe you want to improve your relationship with a horse you’ve had for years. Try out these 6 ways to improve your bond with your horse. | #horses #horseowner #horseownertips #ihearthorses
3 Rules to Maximize Time Off - Periods of downtime come as realistic parts of horse ownership, although how a rider uses these stretches of poor weather or busy schedules contributes profoundly to a horse’s long-term soundness and performance. Recent data from biomechanics researchers and veterinary schools shows that large vacillations in fitness can be detrimental to overall health, particularly for horses past their mid-teen years. Most notably, periods of lesser activity lasting over a…
As a beginner, there are few basic groundwork exercises that you should consistently work on until you have mastered them with your horse. I've also made a FREE printable .PDF Training Log!
Consuelo Diaz saved to Horse Training
Spend any amount of time in a barn and you will see horses being trained or exercised by moving in a circular fashion around their trainer. That is a horse being “lunged.” And while it may look simple enough, it is a skill that like many others, needs to be taught to a horse. Teaching a horse to lunge isn’t complicated, but following proper technique and training will set both you and your horse up for success. #howto #listof #lunge #horsetraining #teachahorse #trainingguide…
Ever wondered why you do the things you do with your horse? This article gives you the answers, plus other fun horse facts you probably never knew.
Teresa Douglas saved to Horse care tips
Bombproof is a term used in the horse world to describe a horse that isn’t afraid of anything; the idea is that a bomb could go off a few feet away from the horse and it wouldn’t even flinch. The way to make your horse...
Emily Canady saved to Horse care tips
Here are some helpful charts on the Hoof, this is a vital part of keeping a horse at its best. (I do not own these photos)
Maggie Tiesi saved to horses