COMMON MYTHS ABOUT HORSEBACK RIDING

You Just Need To Trust Your Horse Riders need to understand how horses think, and that our horse’s first priority is not the riders safety and comfort but their own. As prey animals, horses are not programmed to be self-sacrificing. Riders need to understand how to make their horse trust them ...
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Horses vision compared to humans

It’s easy to think that horses and other animals perceive things exactly like we do. But that’s actually very far from the truth, in fact, the structure and position of their eyes are somewhat different than humans’, which makes a difference in the distance, color, vividness, and visua...
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Enjoy your Ride!

When you go for a ride, it is nice to canter and feel the wind on your face, and also you must know How To Stop your Horse! Maybe your horse doesn’t want to slow down and you are using a stronger bit. Or perhaps he tosses his head and you’ve put him in a […]...
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Learn About Horseback Riding

If you love the idea of taking up horseback riding but you’re wondering if you’re too old or too young to ride, the short answer is no. Horseback riding is something that can be enjoyed at all levels, in a wide variety of ways, long into one’s gold...
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All about HORSES

Horses use their ears, eyes and nostrils to express their mood. They also communicate their feelings through facial expressions, and they have near 360 degree vision. They do however have blind spots directly in front and behind them.  It is extremely Dangerous to ...
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Interesting Facts About Horses

Horses are beautiful creatures to look at, and thousands of fanatics enjoy riding them or showing them every year. Here are some important (and some very interesting!) facts you might like to know about horses. 1. A male horse is called a stallion and a female horse is a mare. A male horse which has...
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How to Prepare to Ride a Horse

Preparing to ride a horse is easy as long as you have the right gear and know how to saddle and bridle your horse.   Before you ride a horse, put on long pants, boots, and a riding helmet.   Place the pad and saddle On your horse’s back, and insert...
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