Wednesday, February 14, 2018

What To Do With A Pushy Horse

Is your horse pushy? Do you know why? Well, let me tell you what traits your horse may express to be pushy. Pushiness can start from continually hunting down treats in your pockets, to nudging you, also knocking you over, or apparently strolling over you like you are a small object.
Okay, before we figure out the steps you can take to educate a pushy horse, that thinks they are the boss,  we should first know the three reasons why your horse may have a pushy behavior

Lacking Courage
Dominance Play
You Developed the Pushy character

Having an insight of what can cause a pushy equine, let's go back to the steps you can take to educate a pushy horse, that thinks they are the boss, that they are not the boss, but you are the boss.
Here's What to do with a Pushy Horse

Sunday, December 31, 2017

How to be a Trusted and Capable Horse Owner

Responsible Horsemanship

Previous surveys on a cross-section of horse owners revealed that many of them lack the knowledge they need to take proper care of their horses. Beyond the joy of riding a nice horse, it is important for all equine handlers to demonstrate kindness and close attention to their horses' health and well-being. This article explores some crucial details on how to be a trusted and capable horse owner.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

A Guide to Teaching your Horse Patience

It can be very challenging to teach an impatient horse. We all know an example: a fidgety mare who doesn't lead or tie nicely, or a stallion that's dug a hole by the hitching rail deep enough to plant carrots. This guide will show you how to teach a horse to stand quietly, get rid of the frustration, and learn to be patient. There are many reasons why a horse may appear to be impatient, with fear, confusion, and dominance being the main causes.

The fearful horse:
Many horses fear

Sunday, October 29, 2017

6 Reasons to Invest in a Horse

Advantages of Having Horses as Pets

Humans are always fond of having pets around and they usually go with cats, dogs or other fur balls. Their company somehow keeps us occupied when things get a little boring. Plus, it is always a joy to have them around; as stress repellants. But have you ever thought about getting a horse for a pet? It sounds a bit unusual but you just might find yourself the perfect companion for a beautiful horse. So, why should you invest in a horse? Here are 6 reasons why you should get one:

Reduces Stress

We always find happiness in the company of our pets and recent studies show that spending a few minutes with animals provide a decrease in blood pressure in the hormones that are associated with stress reactions. In the modern world that's filled with stress and depressing stuff, it is beneficial for