The behavior of a horse is usually predictable, even given the great variety that exists in both horse’s personality, and skills. Whether it is a Warmblood horse, Shetland ponies, Quarter Horse, Arabian, Foxtrotter, or any other race, he or she has an equine character and relationships Advantageous rules will apply.
Success begins with food, shelter and comfort of the horse.
Horses love routine and consistency. Once the simple issues such as food, water, shelter and safety are provided, the horse is ready to give everything.
Make sure your pet is comfortable in the shelter its. A successful relationship starts with horse caring needs. It is your responsibility to care to not get sick, to saddle it at the right time, to cut its hair and treat it of irritation of flies and mosquitoes. All horses need to be sheltered from rain, snow and sun. Check frequently to make sure all accessories that are clean and properly adjusted, so that will help the horse and do their job and protect it from pulled muscles or injuries caused by it.
5 basic rules in horse riding
- Most important to remember is that when working with the animal should be used rhythm. Count the steps, using a steady pace when you walk, talk or when you bathe it, brush and when you get on it. By establishing a rhythm, the horse will know exactly what to expect and not be scared when it will get caught off guard.
- Always work equal to the horse capacity. Animal brain is divided into two parts, and the parties do not communicate with each other. Each eye has its own history and the experience. Make sure the “whole” animal knows what you want and what you do.
- People who are most attractive to calm a horse and controlled energy. If you seem tooaggressive, its have any worry of a hysterical temperament of your horse will be considered either an idiot or a threat. Horses do not like to be hit, idiots its predators.
- Horses allowed, not beaten easily by hand. For most horses a date palm is considered an aggression, these taps are very irritating to your pet Use a fast horse when you pet the horse and avoid tap it, even if you do out of gratitude.
- Approach the horse from the side, walking slowly to their withers. Horses often get nervous when you go directly to their head. Do not approach him with outstretched hand or arm so that he might feel threatened. When you finally get near him gently caress his withers as he made his mother when he was a foal. There should never sneak around a horse. Always be calm and decided.