If you hadn't caught on by now, I'm primarily and Appaloosa person. I have an appreciation of all breeds and all disciplines. I learned long ago that there is no such thing as a bad breed, just good and bad representatives of breeds. I've had experience of one sort or another with a good number of horses and breeds, be that training, owning, boarding or more. None the less, I always come back to an App.
We have a horse that is going to have a baby and I need some tips!
I have a 7 yr old, Quarter horse that is primarily ridden western, and I would like to train him to neck rein. How do I go about starting the process? All my efforts do not seem to be working, and should I start on the ground or in the saddle?
Hearing the pleas of trail riders to bring The Great American Trail Horse Festival to the southeast, The American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA) has announced the next Festival will take place March 25-27, 2016 at T. Ed Garrison Arena at Clemson University, South Carolina.
Sharon White believes that the ideal horse for a new rider is one with experience, but that any horse with a kind and willing attitude can work. Her former advanced eventer, Ready About, is currently competing at the lower levels with one of her students. When you are a new rider, whether a child or an adult, those first horses can be the single greatest influence on your future riding.
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