Monthly Archives: March 2018
Swimming all horses can swim, and like dogs, they don’t need to learn to swim.
Crossing a river, the rider will immediately feel when the horse loses its footing and swims; he must slide off it and grab the mane or neck. The rider can control the movement by carefully leading the reins. And until the horse reaches the opposite Bank, it should be sent by voice. Continue reading
When dressage and riding, the rider uses an elastic whip, the upper end of which is much heavier than the lower, so the rider holds it by the center of gravity.
In this position, the whip springs and you can use it without making sweeping movements with your hand. It is more convenient than a stack or a short whip held by the handle.
The whip is applied closely behind the girth suitable for the strength of a short blow. Continue reading