Head Chucking Horse

July 1, 2018

  When a Horse tosses the Head whilst riding, there is something wrong, 100% of the times.   THE CAUSES   There can be several: Teeth Sacroiliac Bad Hands Confusion between Horse and Rider Learned helplessness or other Veterinary reasons…..   If You experience, do something about it, immediately, for it is unfair on Horses and dangerous to Riders, for the Horse just may have had enough of You at some point!!   SACROILIAC     LEARNED HELPLESSNESS     HANDS     Gaining Head submission of the Horse, to look in ‘show mode’ IS NOT achieved by pulling…..it should […]

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Upside Down Neck in the Horse

June 17, 2014

Upside down in the Horse is can be caused by a number of things. They are:   Conformation The Personality Human leading or Riding habits often the latter………   This is one of the worst examples of a man made ‘Upside Down Neck’ on a horse and if you look at the tools of torture in this horse’s mouth, a number of things should become very evident to you.       If this photo doesn’t bring home to you that the bigger the bit the bigger the damage then I don’t know what will. This idiot has still got […]

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Above the Bit Horse Riding

November 10, 2013

  Are You an ‘English Discipline Rider’? Is your Horse ‘on the bit’? Correctly ‘on the bit’?   I write this to make you think. To think about your adequacy in putting a horse ‘on the bit’, in a frame, head down, round or anything else you want to call it. I speak generally. I include all those people who ride the ‘English’ discipline and who do attempt to ride with a contact in order to achieve putting their horse ‘into a frame’ Through my observations, the percentage of Australian Horse Riders’ who cannot achieve this task would roughly be […]

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On the Bit

November 10, 2013

        FOR LEARNER RIDERS’         As you go through your time in the Horse World, you will most likely hear people talking about a term called “ABOVE THE BIT”  Without getting technical which is what a lot of people do, I will attempt to simply explain it. Look at these Pics…….     It basically means that the horse is going around with it’s head in a normal head carriage as seen when running around the paddock rather than as you see the good horses carrying themselves in competition or the photo’s in the […]

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The Great Debate – ‘Starter’ on the Bit or not?

November 10, 2013

Go here for the Video   THE MOST CRUCIAL THING I HAVE LEARNT “We should only ever ride a GREEN HORSE, “On the Bit and Round’ or on a complete ‘Pleasure Rein’ THERE ARE NO IN BETWEENS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”   Historically, due to the fact that Breakers were of the Western or Stock Horse influence, the instruction to the owner upon picking up the newly broken in horse was often, “There ya go, stay off his mouth for 6 months and you’ll be right” I think I may be partly responsible for the debate that I see raging of late, on Forums […]

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