Confidence plays a massive part in your riding, this applies to literally everyone no matter what stage or level you are at. I am sure you as a reader have many tips, or go to rituals you do with your horse on or off the ground to get your confidence up! Have a read below of… Continue reading 6 Top Confidence Tips for Riders
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.
Both Orla & I have run into problems jumping both Dante & Coco in the past. We're definitely making progress but we never stop learning when it comes to these two horses. And we can definitely say without a doubt that our confidence has been tested on a number of occasions when it came to putting these horses over a jump!
Let your horse know they are doing good, talk to them, pat them on the neck, most importantly don't over do them. I will admit I have done this and it is a pain trying to reverse!
Saddle sores can be quite a painful problem for horses so if the problem ever arises it's always good to have a remedy on-hand so you can begin treatment immediately.
Head Tossing can be one of the most frustrating habits a horse can have. To start, it’s just plain annoying! One minute your horse is working nice and forward and then BAM the head comes flying up and all the work you’ve done is gone and you’re back to square one. But mostly, it’s frustrating… Continue reading Head Tossing: Causes & Solutions
For my third lesson with Sue Byrne I decided to mix it up a little bit…I brought Coco to Darielle’s yard. It was our first time doing a schooling session outside of home and it was definitely an experience…