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Horse Training, Reward Your Horse For Trying

When you are horse training, reward your horse for trying. This does not necessisarily mean give the horse a bag of carrots for doing the least little thing. Horse training can be made more fun for the horse by offering a simple ‘good boy’, or a pat/stroke on the neck. Learn these simple tips to help you with your horse training. Continue reading

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Dressge Horse Training – Top Three Things That Go Wrong with Your Square Halt When Training Your Dressage Horse

Top three things that can go wrong when halting in a dressage test. When performing your dressage horse training one of the most ellusive movements is a square halt. If your halt is not well defined and performed correctly, it will put a bad flavor in the dressage judges ‘mouth’. Continue reading

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Dressage Saddle or General Purpose Saddle Which Horse Saddle Should I Use?

“Should I use a dressage saddle or a General Purpose Saddle when showing my horse?” I recently got asked this question. Continue reading

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Horse Breed – American Quarter Horse Breed

The American Quarter Horse is the first breed of horse native to the United States.  The breed evolved when the bloodlines of horses brought to the New World were mixed.  Foundation American Quarter Horse stock originated from Arab, Turk and … Continue reading

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