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So much fun!

So much fun!

lol this looks just like me as a kid. i had overalls like that, a shirt like that, and my boots were red. Also my hair was exactly like that color and all

~Horse Lover quote of the day~ Here is one little girl who would rather whisper to her horse than talk to boys. click LIKE if you talk to your horse.

This girl is awesome. I taught my horse to bow from this!!!

This girl is awesome. I have heard really good things about this video working for other people teaching their horses to bow.

Longeing Do's and Don'ts

Seven tips to make sure longeing your horse is the safe and helpful exercise it was meant to be. By Barb Crabbe, DVM, for Horse & Rider magazine.

It's very normal for young horses to mouth and play with the bit. They're just trying to figure out what the new piece of equipment is. When I put a bit in a horse's mouth for the first time, I like to practice groundwork with the mecate bridle so the horse gets used to feeling the bit in his mouth, and at the same time I'm getting him to use the thinking side of his brain by moving his feet. That way, before I get in the saddle and pick up on the reins, he already knows how to respond.

It's very normal for young horses to mouth and play with the bit. When I put a bit in a horse's mouth for the first time, I like to practice groundwork with the mecate bridle so the hor

Exercise #12: Leading Beside  Goal: To have the horse move beside you and act as your shadow, mimicking every move you make. If you walk, he walks. If you turn left, he turns left. You want the horse to follow alongside you as you walk, trot, and turn to the inside and outside without taking the slack out of the lead rope.  More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/252/

Exercise Leading Beside Goal: To have the horse move beside you and act as…

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Diagram Muscular diagram of a horse showing Longissimus Dorsi, Latissimus Dorsi, Trapezius Muscle

Donna West shows as easy way to mount your horse by "siding over"

Breeze Siding Over. Learn this altermate way to mount your horse that is good for rider and horse, especially if you have trouble mounting from the ground.

Boys? Please! Horses make me happy

This one is for ALL the horse rider DAD'S , who will one day thankk us for keeping their little girls safe and occupied !

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