Leading Your Horse - Who's Leading Who? By Steve Sikora
I consider riding horses an athletic endeavor, the basics are what make the difference between being average or being a superstar. Often times it
is the execution of these basics that separate the good from the great. In my opinion, leading properly is the most important skill to have your horse master.
Horse Evacuation,Emergency Plan for the Horse Owner : When it’s Time to Go! If fire or flood is a threat your horses must be led to a secure
area. Have an emergency plan and practice it before the disaster occurs. Remember all your family and pets should be included in the evacuation plan.
So, what exactly is foundation? Foundation is the process of gaining control of your horse on three different levels: physical (where and how the horse moves), emotional (the horse's fear level), and mental (what the horse is thinking). Think of it as a three-sided pyramid: the base resting on the ground is the foundation you need for your horse.
Clipping and Bridling Your Horse By Tracy Porter
Without Drawin' Blood or Beatin' Yer Hoss!
First let's look at the 'root' of the problem. The clipper, bit, de-worming tube or dental instruments represent a level of pressure that the horse can't handle. Instead of starting with what he can't handle, we need to look for the level the horse can comfortably handle.
How to Pick the Right Horse
Choosing the right horse for you is a process, but you shouldn’t make yourself feel pressured or hurried. Article from Evon Montgomery Creator of THE HORSES 1, 2, 3 SYSTEM
Looking for a Horse Trainer?
Many horse owners at some time or another seek out a trainer to work with their horse. With today’s sources, magazines to Internet, finding a trainer may be quite easy. Knowing what to look for
in a trainer may be a different matter. I would like to give you a few suggestions to consider as you search.