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Horse Training

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  • Horses come in all kinds of personalities. Some horses (and mules) are simply stubborn or lazy, refusing to go forward (sometimes in the face of significant persuasion). How do you deal with this?

    How to Make a Stubborn or Lazy Horse Go Forward

    How to Make a Stubborn or Lazy Horse Go Forward

    by jenniferrpovey1

  • Learn basic training from foal to three year old, including haltering, tieing, leading, saddling, biting, and ground work. This is just an overview of the very basics a foal needs to know.

    How to Train Your Beginner Horse

    How to Train Your Beginner Horse

    by Joanna7

  • Gentle breaking a horse for riding is an art. If you take the time to train your horse with love and care, you will have a loving companion for life.

    How to Gentle Break a Horse for Riding

    How to Gentle Break a Horse for Riding

    by Dennis Thorgesen22

  • How many different kinds of horse whip are there? The answer is . . . quite a few, all of them designed for different disciplines and purposes.

    Horse Training Tools: Crops and Whips

    Horse Training Tools: Crops and Whips

    by jenniferrpovey0

  • A martingale is a training aid designed to prevent a horse from throwing its head up so high it becomes dangerous. What different kinds of martingale are there, and when should they be used?

    Horse Training Tools: Martingales

    Horse Training Tools: Martingales

    by jenniferrpovey2

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