horse expressions and what they mean

Horse Expressions And What They Mean

These days, many people seem to think of horses as vehicles rather than as living beings. The fact is, the difference between a great horse man or woman and a poor one is the ability to communicate with your horse and to understand what your horses saying to you. Horses communicate through a complex combination … Read more

how to make horse tack out of paracord

How To Make Your Own Horse Tack Using Paracord?

Braiding is a time-honored skill known by horseman and cowboys for the many centuries that people have been in partnership with horses. Cowboys have traditionally used many different kinds of materials including leather, rope and more recently paracord to create all manner of tack for horses. In this article we discuss the art of braiding … Read more

frequently asked questions

How To Stop A Horse From Chewing Wood?

If your horse is chewing wood fence rails, barn doors, tree limbs and so on, you may not realize that this is not normal. Wood isn’t a natural food for horses, and wood chewing can cause complications in both barn maintenance and horse health. In this article, we describe wood chewing and share valuable information … Read more

What's The Difference Between Direct And Indirect Reining

How To Teach A Horse To Neck Rein?

You may think of indirect reining or neck reining as specific to western riding, but this really is not true. Even horses who are typically ridden under English saddle should know how to neck rein. Being able to guide your horse one-handed is an important skill that gives you freedom and versatility while riding in … Read more

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