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I can answer any question about English riding (pleasure and equitation), Western pleasure, transitioning into bitless riding, behavior, what to look for/how to buy a horse, & schooling issues. I can also answer questions about leasing contracts, as well as dealing with issues with boarders, barn managers, barn staff. Trying to find jobs with horses, or exercise riding jobs? I can answer questions about that too.
14 years total experience 4 years of initial professional training (as a rider) 7 years experience as an exercise rider 3 years experience as a trainer Currently working as a full time stable hand/groom & assistant barn manager I'm still learning everyday as working with horses is a learning experience everyday.
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Hey there, and thanks for your question. It sounds like it could be a couple of things. First off - laziness does not make my short list of concerns for this horse. If the horse were lazy, she
Both of these pictures look like the horse's legs are filled. Considering that all of your questions have been about racehorses, I'm going to assume that these legs belong to a thoroughbred. If the horse/horse'show
Hello again! This horse is VERY well put together. He has a thick neck for a thoroughbred. Most have thinner necks, but that's not a problem. Very well muscled. Can't see his ribs (that's a good thing!)
Hi Caine, I could give you an idea of what I thought about this horse's body condition but I would need a profile picture of this horse. If you could get a picture of him/her from the side so I can
Hi there, Teaching a horse to accept the bit when they are young can be an easy thing to do if gone about it correctly. How old is your filly? I generally don't begin that part of their schooling until
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