CATCHING THE HORSE

November 6, 2013

Horses that are difficult to catch, soon learn that it is easy to tire a human out and we can’t run like they can. They learn that they are faster than us, fitter than us and end up thinking that they are smarter than us. The trick is to make them think otherwise. So, what are the options? There are a few                                          ·  Walk in the paddock with a small container of your horse’s favorite food. Try to get your horse to come and eat a handful from the bucket and then immediately walk out of the paddock. Do not […]

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