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My neice just got back from horse riding camp and she had a great time. I found this article on Statelinetack.com and thought maybe someone else may find it handy:   Do you have a child who loves being around horses? They enjoy the sights, sounds and exper
JordanS · 1698 days ago

Clicker Training with S.M.A.A.R.T. Horses Horse Behaviour With Amanda you will learn how to read horse body language (horse behaviour), interpret what this means, then make positive changes to your day-to-day interactions and your training accordingly.  
Amanda_Martin · 1859 days ago

Very few experiences in life are as scary yet rewarding as climbing into the saddle for the very first time. I remember feeling so intimidated of the thought of climbing on to such a huge animal; I remember thinking what if he doesn’t want me sitting on hi
Horsedotcom · 1419 days ago

Anna will be throughout Europe this year! Check out the NEWSLETTER to see it in detail, complete with videos!   Including: Three Day Animal Communication - England and Germany Ride with ROTH - France Holistic Horse Day - Switerland, Denmark, and Germany Re
reachout · 1487 days ago

Who doesn't love a little ride in the snow? Down here in the South, the first breath of winter has blown on us and I am enjoying it, I can tell you that. The horses seem to like it, too. Who else has gotten a little snow lately? Who would have thought it w
FortLarnedForever · 1548 days ago

The days are quickly getting shorter and unfortunately, that means they are also getting cooler. My least favorite time of year is right around the corner – winter, ugh… I hate the snow, the ice and the cold. It makes everything so difficult. The cold and
Horsedotcom · 1606 days ago

Stopping a Clicker Training Session When To End a Clicker Training Session   When to stop a training session is a great question and one that crops up a lot.  The answer is not so easy, as with everything horsey, the answer is “it depends”. What Does it
Amanda_Martin · 1859 days ago

My blog is about the adventure of training, using and competing gaited horses at the 50 and 100 mile distance in endurance horse racing/riding.  In a sport dominated by the fine Arabian breeds, we are trying to explore just what is possible. Keith Kibler S
Keith · 2049 days ago

Amun-Ra was born 06/06/2011 at 8:30pm. He came as a blessing and surprise. He was born healthy that is what matters.       He is a cross between an APHA mare and a spotted mountain horse. He is my joy. I was there from the moment my mare went into labor to
Southernfoxbell · 2070 days ago

Not all horses need to wear shoes. In fact, some horses experience less hoof-related problems by going barefoot. The only drawback with a barefoot horse is the lack of hoof protection can sometimes lead to injury from hard surfaces, sharp stones, and other
Horsedotcom · 1699 days ago
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