THE AFFECT OF HORSE FLOAT DESIGN ON LOADING

November 6, 2013

  Have you ever wondered why your Horse won’t go on your Float or other Floats? Do you think it’s all Training?…….well it isn’t. Horses often refuse to enter Horse Floats because of design or maintenance deficiencies. Inadequate Horse Float Design directly makes it more difficult for an Owner to load their Horse!!!! I’ll deal with a number of these one by one and give you the reasons behind the thinking of Horses “Listen to Your Horse” for they are very good Judges and are rarely wrong. Horses are “Panicaholics and Claustrophobics” …….so why should they enter a “Tin Can […]

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