According to psychologists, the bulk of communication problems arise due to misunderstanding. Communication with horses is no exception. Only, if in the case of people it usually leads to a spoiled mood and relationship, then in conflicts with the horse everything can end for a person much more sadly – with serious injuries.
Statistics from Australian hippologist Andrew McLean suggest that horsemen who lack knowledge of horse behavior are more likely to be injured when dealing with them. Continue reading
Finding a good coval can be a difficult task. The best of them are worth their weight in gold. And if you’re lucky enough to find him, here’s what you can do to keep him (or her) on your team. Advice is provided by the sought after American chowler Scott Chandler.
Tip 1. Teach your horse to stand still while working.
Everyone forged wants the horse to behave calmly. Please raise a horse so that the forging does not have to do this. Scott sees that a large number of clients treat their sports horses as pets or as their “stress therapy” after work. Continue reading