Tag Archives: trail riding

Trainer

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ALEX: Well, I think the best way to find a trainer would be, if you know the discipline or breed you want to be involved with, there are a lot of publications that trainers advertise in. Obviously word of mouth, … Continue reading

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Age

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ALEX: I think the age of a horse is really important in selecting them — and again, it goes back to what discipline — obviously when you talk about a thoroughbred racehorse, we’re starting really early with them. They have … Continue reading

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Housing (Barn/Stalls/Pasture, Feed, Supplies, Bedding)

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ALEX: As far as finding the right housing for your horse, it really depends on what you want to do with your horse. Horses are cold-natured animals, so they take to the elements pretty good as far as the cold, … Continue reading

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Disciplines (Trail Riding, English, Western)

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STEVE: The two major disciplines in riding are the Western discipline and the English. Western has been more westernized in the United States, and it is basically part of Americana history. It was based on the movement of cattle and … Continue reading

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