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Horsemanship Tip

My other best friend besides my horse is my truck ;)

Your horse needs to stand still when you mount or my advice is - DON'T get on! If a horse will walk off when you mount he could also trot off or do anything because his mind isn't on you.

When we Mount or dismount, we are very vulnerable. One foot in the stirrup and not on or off the horse, could mean a fall or even dragging. We expect our horses to stand quietly until we ask them to move. #1 Rule- We don't get hurt.
Enjoy your horses!