Many argue that equitation science is too mechanical, artificial and formulaic to capture the relationship that humans have with horses
You've done the work, and you and your horse are now a confident, skilled team. So, what's next? Time to take on a challenge - obstacle courses.
It can be hard initially to predict or control how introducing them to each other will go, and sometimes the first meeting can be pivotal.
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Most experts now agree that confining horses to stalls and feeding them concentrated feeds increases the risk of developing stereotypies.