Learning to understand a horse’s response to his environment and his leader can be fun and rewarding for you both. It will ensure a better relationship and a happy work environment.
An unhappy horse will make for an unhappy owner. She may become unwilling, mean, or listless. Making your horse happy will ensure that she is willing to perform the required work for you to the best of her ability.
Most barns and stables will know in advance if someone is leaving, or will be able to hold an open slot with some sort of deposit.
The first basic step in caring for your horse is to provide adequate feed, water, and forage. Grain comes in a variety of forms, such as pellets or textured.
Horses buck for a variety of reasons. A horse that has been confined for a long period of time, or even one that just has excess energy will buck to relieve tension, boredom, and stress.
Marketing your horse will primarily depend on its breed, value, and discipline. The first person to consult when contemplating selling your animal is your trainer or riding lesson instructor.
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