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Can't remember what it is called. It is a move where the horse kind of walks or dances in place. I think it starts with a "P", but not sure. Also the move where you get a horse to jump when there is nothing to jump????? Anyone know what I am talking about? Rick
Semi-newbie question but how exactly do you know when your horses horseshoes need changing? I mean, its not like they have treads or somethin....related follow up....is it true that Nike is getting into the horseshoe business? I heard that rumor in last months Maxim Magazine.
I don't exactly know how to explain this, but I ride a speedy horse whom I am having trouble slowing up while cantering. I try squeezing and then releasing on the reins, but its not doing me any good. I try to keep my heels off of her as much as possible, but she still speeds up. Help?
When looking to buy a green horse for a specific discipline (in my case, eventing) what kinds of things should I be looking for? What specific conformation or personality traits? Soundness, of course, I get a full vet check (bloodwork, x-rays, etc.) on any horse I buy, but is there anything else?
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