The workshop, which was 3 hours in length, began on the ground and focused on how to use not only man made, but the natural obstacles a trail provides to create a warm up that more realistically simulates for your horse the type and nature of situations he or she will face on a trail ride.
Category Archives: Horses
Z.W. – VA
With the Washington Metro area just closing the books on the hottest month ever recorded, what is and isn’t safe for us and our horses has been a serious topic.
Running a boarding stable for the past 13 years, one curiosity I’ve noticed pretty consistently is the number of calls from concerned boarders we receive about their horses’ health and comfort in the winter, but the lack of calls even when we are posting heat indices of 120 or more.
It was explained to me by our vet many years ago like this.
I am seldom really, really amazed, but I just completed the Parelli Horsenality/Humanality Match report on parelli.com and, with over 70 pages of incredibly accurate results, was truly blown away.
I was so impressed with the accuracy and in depth thoroughness