17 ans | Complet | Cavalier | 0 Question | 37 Réponses
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What are your advices to settle down your horse during a competition?
"Walk around so He doesnt just stand and get nervous. If He does it every time make sure to practise on normal days. Ask other riding places if you Can cone by and just ride so He gets used to being different places/ environments"
What are the benefits of the back on track therapy and are they worth purchasing, if so, which items?
"I Think Its a good product! You Can Read about What their effects are and stuff online But i Think many people love Them. For example i know people put their knew protectors help with relievement of muslces and stuff... look online"
How do you estimate the cost of a horse? I'd like to know how much a level headed showjumper who can jump up to the 1.30’s/1.40’s would cost (from Florida).
"Just look at a lot of websites it varies so much! You can get a horse that can jump that but can’t go higher, or you can pay more to buy a horse that has scope for more. Depends on a lot of things "
What are your advices for a horse who would dodge almost everything? she’s still learning and she’s really hard to stir
"Practice on poles first. Make sure she is in the middle where you want her. Do different exercises where you put the poles in a circles (4 on each length) and circle around on them. You can also do gymnastic jumps to strengthen her back "
How would you go about setting up a fitness routine/conditioning for your horse (specifically for a 3-ring (hunters, eq, and jumpers) upcoming A circuit shower)?
"Galop sets! And make sure he gets the right amount of nutrition "
How to get a horse to smoothen out his paces? My horse has these tiny strides. He isn't small but his trot and canter are tiny (walk is good) and really propy (especially canter).
"Maybe he is feeling stiff. Try and stretch him every time you finish riding. (Of course maybe getting the vet out if this is a change in his behavior- if he had a normal stride before) "
Everytime I get my horse out from the pasture, he dives right in and starts eating the grass after I halter him and won't stop. What can I do?
"Make sure he knows you are the boss. When you walk around stop him, back him op make him turn around. Go other way around. "