My Horse Forum
So, what is it? The only difference I can tell is that a normal gelding has no idea that he is supposed to with a mare while a proud cut can make for a great tester when you wanna find out if your mare is in heat. But is there a difference in the operation or what?
Ok here we go,
There was this like this one time at Horsecamp,
Where people post stuff about horses,
And there were many very wise horse people there,
But some were like very negative and harsh to some people,
Then one day someone posted something that could help people,
And alot of people were reading this post and using their own experinece to decide if it was helpful or not,
But that wasn't good enought for a some ,
And even though he said "lets help each other" they bashed his theory anyway,
And because they couldn't debate like mature adults, the thread was closed,
Now a lot of people are sitting on the fence still undicided,
So they must contact him by mail where he is waiting,
This all started because at Horsecamp,
He posted that he rode a thoroughbred yearling,
And they said that was too young,
But they was this other time at Horsecamp,
I remeber seeing this movie, about a TRUE story about a racehorse named "Seabiscuit"
Who was broken-in as a yearling too,...
Recently I found this new way of controling horses called "The Endorphin Tap" and was looking for a challenge to see how powerful this technique was, so I went to a breeding farm close to were I worked and asked them could I ride one of their un-broken yearlings.
The breeder thought I was joking until I pulled a saddle and bridle out of my car. He said "we don't have a lunge or any breaking facilities" I said that's why I choose you..
After explaining why and what I wanted to do he agreed and took me to a yearling standing in a 2-3 acre paddock. I took my gear and went to the middle of the paddock and the horse came over to investigate.
I put my bridle on and applied the "Half-tap" get to take the edge of the horse to get the rest of the gear on with as little hassle as possible...
Once the gear was on, I released the "Tap" and let the endorphins wear off..I then stood to the side of the horse and gave a little tug on the lead for it to take the first step with the...
I got this in an e-mail, there are a ton of horse treats that you can make for your horse! enjoy! Cathy
We all like a warm treat on a cold day. The following are horse treat recipes I found online and thought they were worth sharing! Thanks! E
Horse Treat Recipes
ZIP’S SPECIAL DAY TREATS
1 packet of Quaker oatmeal (dry)
1 handful of sweet feed
2 spoonfuls applesauce
1 spoonful honey or molasses
1 handful Cherrios
4 sugar cubes
a pinch of brown sugar
½ cup water (one half cup)
You can mix this right in your horse’s feed bucket. Mix the oatmeal with the water. Add sweet feed and applesauce. Stir
together. Add the Cheerios, brown sugar, and honey or molasses. Mix again and place sugar cubes...
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