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Fire up polework - Ride the exercise with a change of direction so you practice voltes both to the right and the left. This ensures your horse is gymnasticized on both sides.

Fire up polework - Ride the exercise with a change of direction so you practice voltes both to the right and the left. This ensures your horse is gymnasticized on both sides.

Which fruits and vegetables are safe for horses? Which are toxic? This infographic gives you some guidelines.

Which fruits and vegetables are safe for horses? Which are toxic? This infographic gives you some guidelines.

AQHA: Six horseback riding exercises for equestrians to help improve strength, rhythm and balance.

AQHA: Six horseback riding exercises for equestrians to help improve strength, rhythm and balance.

#asbdreams #scbphotography

#asbdreams #scbphotography

Turning exercises. good way to slow a fast horse, if they think they will turn tight after a jump they will be less apt to run/bolt after the jump. ride also needs to practice reading the lines well to get the circles perfect.

Turning exercises. good way to slow a fast horse, if they think they will turn tight after a jump they will be less apt to run/bolt after the jump. ride also needs to practice reading the lines well to get the circles perfect.

Horse Halter and Bridle made out of Paracord!

Horse Halter and Bridle made out of Paracord!

I shall look at this later. I've been wanting to improve my OTTBs mouths and make them like butter. It's a hard task!

I shall look at this later. I've been wanting to improve my OTTBs mouths and make them like butter. It's a hard task!

Help! My Horse is Too Strong (Horse Tutorial) by carlylyn.deviantart.com on…

Help! My Horse is Too Strong (Horse Tutorial) by carlylyn.deviantart.com on…

How much does owning a horse cost?:

How much does owning a horse cost?:

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.