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If you have ever been scared around horses, you know it is a nasty feeling. Take a look at how I dealt with my horse riding fears.

Horse riding fear. Am I the only one

If you have ever been scared around horses, you know it is a nasty feeling. Take a look at how I dealt with my horse riding fears.

Horse Rider's Mechanic article Stirrup length think I've got mine just right

Horse Rider's Mechanic article Stirrup length the angle behind the leg should be 110 degrees in two point

Infographic: Signs of Stress in Horses | TheHorse.com

Infographic: Signs of Stress in Horses

How to load a difficult horse by yourself

Maybe this woman should get the Clinton Anderson trailer loading video! That's just a wreck waiting to happen!

Tips on How, Where, and Why to Massage Your Horse-helpful if I actually HAD a horse :)

Tips on How, Where, and Why to Massage Your Horse. If you're unsure whether you are competent to do it yourself, please have a certified equine masseuse or body work specialist do it for you!

Horse Training Basics for the Beginner: How to Get Your Horse to Trust You and Obey Basic Commands by [Mitchell, Ronald]

Horse Training Basics for the Beginner: How to Get Your Horse to Trust You and Obey Basic Commands by [Mitchell, Ronald]

The Training Scale for You and Your Horse

The training scale can seem daunting for many riders. Here I explain it in simple terms & also look at how it affects you, the rider, as well as your horse

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

Great info on snaffle bits. I makes me crazy when people call all jointed bits snaffles like a "tom thumb snaffle". This infographic mentions how curb and snaffle bits use different types of pressure

Trimming Tips for Banded Manes | EquiSearch || Short and crisp is what judges are looking for

Western showing Trimming Tips for Banded Manes. Short and crisp is what judges are looking for. However I band and still have a long mane. Band if the show is windy they will help from the horses hair flying everywhere.

Great Basic Information ...  [INFOGRAPHIC] Feeding Your Horse - Learn how to feed your horse with this #infographic from TheHorse.com and @Susan Brown Performance! #horses #feedinghorses

♥ Horse Stuff ♥ Considerations on feeding. I believe we used the book "Nutrient Requirements of Horses" in college, which provides charts breaking down intake amount compared to age, work, and reproductive state.

There are so many tricks you can teach your horse.  There are all the usual ones like kiss, hug, bow etc, but also have a think about teaching your horse some USEFUL tricks.  These can make life a lot easier (and safer) around your horse.

There are all the usual ones like kiss, hug, bow etc, but also have a think about teaching your horse some USEFUL tricks. These can make life a lot easier (and safer) around your horse.

Teach your horse to load

Loading a horse into a trailer Thе fіrѕt thіng thаt уоu nееd іѕ communication bеtwееn уоu аnd уоur horse. It’ѕ nесеѕѕаrу fоr your horse tо understand whаt іt іѕ уоu wаnt hіm tо dо аnd уоu muѕt mаkе іt easy fоr him tо understand whаt уоu wаnt hіm tо do.

What is your horse’s body condition score? Body condition scoring is based on a 9-point scale, with one being poor and 9 being obviously obese. Where your horse stores fat is an indicator of body condition. When evaluating your horse’s condition there are some key areas to pay attention to. Read more here:   http://kppusa.com/tips-and-topics/evaluate-horses-weight/

What is your horse’s body condition score? Body condition scoring is based on a scale, with one being poor and 9 being obviously obese. Where your horse stores fat is an indicator of body condition. When evaluating your horse’s condition there are

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