There are no inept horses; there are stupid trainers. All people, coming to a horse for the first time, have one goal – to find mutual understanding with it. A little later, the desires begin to differ. Someone attracts a sports Olympus and victories in major world tournaments, someone leaves for himself riding as a hobby – once a week, an hour walk through the woods. There is a thThere are no inept horses; there are stupid trainers. All people, coming to a horse for the first time, have one goal – to find mutual understanding with it. Continue reading
The rider takes the horse to “drive” it on the cord. On her head is a snappy headband. Carabiner cords cling to the inner ring of the snaffle (often making a loop around the opposite), and the horse begins to move in a circle. The picture is familiar and familiar to each rider. Therefore, in 99 cases out of 100, no one will even think that the bridle is not the best device for working on the cord, and mankind has invented a much more convenient ammunition for this purpose – kaptsung. Continue reading
Tips that I will give and explain below are very simple, but at the same time they answer very important practical questions and allow you to solve very important practical problems that happen often and worry a great number of equestrians literally across the globe.
There is nothing new in these councils: they have been tested by practice for a long time and in one form or another they are often found in good specialized literature, however … not always sufficiently generalized and outlined, not always understood correctly enough and … not always sufficiently applied in practice . Continue reading