I have extensive experience with the training of young horses and the retraining of older horses for pleasure and dressage. I specialise in retraining Standardbreds for pleasure and dressage. I can also help with problems with behaviour and nutrition.
I have trained many horses to a high level of dressage. I teach riders and train horses professionally, specialising in retraining of Standardbreds.
Over 25 years of living, breathing horses.
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Hi Karen, I wouldn't worry about it. All horses have their individual quirks. I've had a few horses than constantly pin their ears back - mainly mares! - but I just love them for their individual
The movement you've described is not normal of any horse! It could be a muscling issue, but I seriously think that there is a veterinary issue behind it. Please ask your vet to check your horse
Hi Jo, That's a pretty serious problem that needs to be addressed quickly. Unfortunately, it's also a lengthy topic that can't be answered in a short email. Try having a look at these two videos
Hi Geraldine, Under normal circumstances a horse should not sweat like that after 5 or 10 minutes of walking. Even if he had an excessively heavy winter coat he shouldn't be in that condition after
Hi Michelle, It's not really advisable for any foal to grow up without at least 1 other horse to 'teach it the ropes'. Do you have any friends/neighbours who have nice natured horses you could agist
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