Riding the horse that shy’s

“A bold rider makes a bold horse and a nervous rider makes a nervous horse” Horses with Ulcers shy way more than if they haven’t got such Without doubt,  more riders fall off horses due to the horse shying than from horses bucking. Shying is a description for the horse unexpectedly, suddenly and violently jumping one way or the other and is caused by the horse exhibiting fear of something that it has seen come into it’s surroundings. This fear of whatever, and the resultant leap to escape is caused by the natural inbred flight response, which forms part of […]

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