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Cross Country
Racing
Nicky Ellis

What Are The Best Horses For Trail Riding?

Some equestrians think of trail riding as a casual sort of horsemanship that doesn’t take much preparation or any special skills and abilities on the part of the horse or the rider. The fact is, nothing could be further from the truth. When you’re out on the trail, you don’t have the constraints or the

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Each Way Sniper
Racing
Nicky Ellis

Horse Racing Terminology Explained: What You Should Know

If you’re thinking about having a flutter (making a small wager) you may be a bit intimidated by the seemingly secret language of horse racing. In this article, we demystify horse racing vocabulary with a categorized list of common horse racing terms. Read on to learn more on horse racing terminology explained. Horse Vocabulary Broodmare:

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how to train a donkey
Training
Suzanne Bennett

How To Train A Donkey And Mule (What You Need To Know)

Donkeys and mules are smarter than horses, so one of the most important aspects of training donkeys and mules is communication. These animals are able to build large understood vocabularies and read human body language with great skill and precision when treated like the intelligent animals they are and given the respect they deserve. Consider

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how do I build my horse's topline
Training
Nicky Ellis

How Do I Build My Horse’s Topline?

Ok, so you came here to find an answer to the question: “how do I build my horse’s topline“. A well ridden and well cared for horse should display a symmetrical, rounded shape from head to tail. He should have a well muscled chest as well as a well muscled topline, and he should appear

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calf roping
Racing
Nicky Ellis

What Is Calf Roping Or Tiedown Roping?

Calf roping or tiedown roping originated as a routine, necessary task performed by genuine cowboys. It involves the skills necessary to collect and hold very young calves that need to be branded, given vaccinations or doctored. How Is Rodeo Calf Roping Different? Although the skills used are the same, the timed rodeo event which is

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