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Get Into Shape for Horseback Riding

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Horse treats

Horse treats

Staart vlechten | PaardenpraatTV - YouTube

Staart vlechten | PaardenpraatTV - YouTube

mooie knotjes :)

mooie knotjes :)

Hop hop hop paardje in galop! Het wordt een leuk paarden feestje.Tips en ideeën voor het organiseren van een kinderfeestje thuis met als thema paarden.

Hop hop hop paardje in galop! Het wordt een leuk paarden feestje.Tips en ideeën voor het organiseren van een kinderfeestje thuis met als thema paarden.

Schockemöhle Asphalt Grey-Raspberry #Schockemöhle #summer17 #horsefashion

Schockemöhle Asphalt Grey-Raspberry #Schockemöhle #summer17 #horsefashion

Riding Exercise #16: Stop on Whoa  Goal: To get the horse to stop from all three gaits when you say the word “whoa” without having to use the reins. You want your horse to act like there’s an imaginary cliff in front of him and if he takes one more step after you say the word “whoa,” he’s going to fall off the edge of it.   More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Search/intermediate

Riding Exercise #16: Stop on Whoa Goal: To get the horse to stop from all three gaits when you say the word “whoa” without having to use the reins. You want your horse to act like there’s an imaginary cliff in front of him and if he takes one more step after you say the word “whoa,” he’s going to fall off the edge of it. More about the exercise: https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Search/intermediate

Phase 1

Do the Seven Games of Parelli

Phase 1

Groundwork Exercise #4: Leading Rollbacks  Goal: To have the horse lead up beside you and stop when you stop, back up when you back up, and pivot on his hindquarters to do a 180-degree turn to either the outside or inside when you change directions. Your horse should be like your shadow, never getting in front of you or behind you.  Learn more https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

Groundwork Exercise #4: Leading Rollbacks Goal: To have the horse lead up beside you and stop when you stop, back up when you back up, and pivot on his hindquarters to do a 180-degree turn to either the outside or inside when you change directions. Your horse should be like your shadow, never getting in front of you or behind you. Learn more https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

Helping your horse's tail grow

Helping your horse's tail grow

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