How to love your horse

How to love your horse   1. Visit your horse every day or at the very least, every second day. 2. Don’t rush your horse. 3. Don’t show your horse off to everyone. 4. Brush your horse well! 5. Two-point, or something like two-pointing up hills. 6. Some horses will do exactly what you tell them! 7. Try not to…

10 steps to plait a horse’s tail:

10 steps to plait a horse’s tail:     1. If plaiting for competition or sport, check to see if tail plaiting is both permitted and appropriate for your horse breed. 2. Tie your horse up. 3. Brush through his tail. 4. Dip a water brush in water and brush the tail with it to dampen it. 5. Begin plaiting….

Dark Horse Lyrics- Katy Perry

Dark Horse Lyrics- Katy Perry I knew you were You were gonna come to me And here you are But you better choose carefully ‘Cause I’m capable of anything Of anything and everything Make me your Aphrodite Make me your one and only But don’t make me your enemy, your enemy, your enemy So you wanna play with magic Boy,…

Some of treats that are generally safe for horses

Some of treats that are generally safe for horses:   Watermelon (including the rind) Apricots (without the pit) Bananas (including the peel) Beets Berries Celery Cherries Coconut Dates (pitted) Grapes (and raisins) Grapefruit Lettuce Lemons Limes Mango Melons Oranges Peaches Pears Peanuts (roasted, never raw) Pineapple Plums Squash Sweet potatoes Tangerines

Ten Steps To Prepare Your Young Horse To be Ridden

Ten Steps To Prepare Your Young Horse To be Ridden     1. BASIC GROUND MANNERS 2. GOOD HOOF CARE 3. LUNGING 4. BRIDLING 5. SADDLE PADS 6. GROUND DRIVING 7. SADDLING 8. WALKING WITH THE SADDLE 9. LUNGEING WITH THE SADDLE 10. PUTTING WEIGHT IN THE STIRRUPS  

5 steps to horse ride like a pro

5 steps to horse ride like a pro   1. You will need to make sure that you have all the main equipment before riding 2. Tack Up’ the horse 3. After tacking up, you will need to get on the horse. – Hold the rein and top of the saddle, and the back of the saddle with your right…