The way you leave your horse in the paddock will be the way he remembers you when you go to catch him the next day. Make sure it is you that leaves your horse rather than your horse leaving you.
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Month: July 2016
I have not long returned from a fabulous trip to Chambers Flat in QLD where I have been sharing some knowledge as well as working with some horses for most of the week. I had quite a line up for horse training this time with 5 horses for 5 days. People often ask me if […]