I've been around many people who try to lead a horse by
controlling their head with a lead rope. They end up pulling or
jerking the lead rope and the horse will typically pull back or
push around the person with the lead rope.
Imagine being on a horse and he bolts. You pull those reins to
slow him down but it's no use.
There are lots of ways a horse can go lame. Perhaps the most
common cause of lameness is a result of Navicular Syndrome.
The other day, I was invited to see my friend's new horse. He had
her for about a month before I got to see her.
There is a dangerous problem that horse owners should be very
aware of. It's when a horse stands up on his back legs.
I get a lot of horse training questions about stopping a horse
from kicking. The kicking habits of these horses range from the
horse kicking at virtually anyone to kicking at only the
As you likely know already, horses have at least 10 times our
strength. If they also had our intelligence, they would probably
be riding us humans.
It's been weeks since you went riding. Now you have time to ride
this afternoon and there ain't no one going to stop you.
To the uninitiated horse owner, there are timely facts about
horses they should know. In fact, when someone first gets a horse
these timely facts should be studied and learned.
They say the eyes are are the gateway to the soul. When it was
said, they were referring to us humans.
Mistake #1:"Here, Kitty Kitty..
If your life is so busy you literally only have a minute or two a
day to spend with your horse, then here are 5 smart training tips
you can use to keep your horse "tuned up" when you have just
minutes a day. Smart Tip #1: Practice Backing Up. Suppose you just
fed your horse some hay and he's eating.
If you have a passion to learn all you can about horse training,
then you will want to know about a 108 year old horse training
manual recently revived from a dusty old book shelf of a used
book store. This horse training manual was written in the late
1800's by a then world famous horse trainer named Jesse Beery.
Could a horse trainer, born about 154 years ago, teach us
anything new today? Would the methods be old hat or would they be
useful? The answer is a resounding Yes!, they are enormously
useful. The horse training expert referred to is named Jesse
Horse training can be a relatively mysterious subject to people
who have not studied it. Even more mysterious is a behavioral
problem a horse has that causes his owner stress and frustration.
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