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Horsemanship Tip-
Pet or pat and why...
Many people give their horse a good and obviously affectionate pat when their horses do something well. I prefer to pet my horse and do not pat horses.

 It's a little thing but the difference might be having someone pat or even slap you on the back or warmly and gently shake your hand. Our horses have thin and sensitive skin; you can see that by watching the reaction when a fly lands. If the pat is loud enough to hear then it might not feel so good to the horse and may even make the horse tense up when the hand is approaching.
We may be teaching resistance to our hand.
Just an observation...
 Enjoy your horses!