From Day 1 of buying Dante he always struggled with trust issues. They all would mainly appear when I was in the saddle. I now have Dante two years and I have recently started looking back on videos & images of him, only to come to the realisation of how far this horse has actually… Continue reading Getting To The Root of Dante’s Problems – Our Journey So Far
As requested by you all, read below all about how I long rein Dante, or as the majority of the world likes to call it “Driving your horse”. You may have guessed that I am new to this, so what I have written below is a guide from what I have learned over the last… Continue reading How Do I Long Rein/Drive My Horse?
I purposely waited this long to talk about it as it has taken this long for his treatments to (hopefully) work & come to an end and I have finally built up the courage to write about it & to fearfully post the horrific pictures of what was attached to him.
Looking for a challenge? Well this month's exercise guarantees one!
Over the past few months, he has really matured & quietened down in most elements of his work, I wont lie sometimes he still has his moments, but he is giving me so much more leeway
be patient! One last thing, don't worry about knocking of fences, it's a relaxed rhythm into the fence and the result of them keeping that head down afterwards being the main things to look out for.
At the beginning he was quite confused as to why I was pushing him forward but at the same time holding him back from cantering on, eventually the pin dropped and he dropped his head