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There are ways to deal with a head bobbing horse without resorting to abuse or gimmicks. Some things need to be checked first to make sure they’re not the cause.
How to Trailer Load a Horse
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To many horse owners, branding and gathering cattle isn’t what comes to mind when thinking of spending time with their horses. However, in my opinion – that’s as good as it gets.
Trail riding and going to your local round up clubs events and play days are some of the most relaxing and enjoyable things you can do with your horse.
Flagging your horse from the fence is something you want to do after they are used to it from the ground.
There are many variations on fence work with horses that you can try. Literally you can do just about anything from the safety of the fence.
Getting on your horse from the fence can be taught pretty easily. It may take some time but its really neat.
Roping around your horse from the fence gets him used to a rope being swung around him and over him before you ever get on his back.
If you get your horse used to movement from the fence (movement above him) you’ll see the difference in your first ride, and even some “broke horses.”
When it comes to horses, working with feel is the only way to truly operate. Feel is really all the horse has to go on.
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. As frustrating as barn sour horses can be, we would sure not want to vent this frustration on the horse. When you really stop and think about it, it actually is pretty smart on the horse’s part
Learning about the different types of internal horse parasites (worms) is the first step in controlling them. This task is a responsibility that each horse owner must be prepared to take on.
In order to be the most effective in preventing or controlling horse parasites, it is best to take a two-pronged approach.