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What to do When Your Horse Gets Loose | EquiSearch
10 Uses for Baby Wipes at the Barn | Savvy Horsewoman
Fox hunting isn't only about full gallops and Tally Ho's. There are many quiet, still moments when one waits for something to happen. It's in those moments that one can reflect on what an awesome adventure (drag) hunting is. hors, the hunt, country roads, foxhunting, season, fox hunting, english country, fall autumn, cottages
the curious bumblebee
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Horse Foot Bruises
Bridling Your Horse: The Western Bridle
Western Saddle Fit - Great information! Many horses are being ridden in pain which can cause dangerous behaviors leading to serious injury. This can be easily fixed by having a basic knowledge of proper saddle placement and fitting. Although not an exhaustive teaching on saddle fit, this video covers the necessary basics of Western saddle fit. horse information, hors stuff, hors train, western saddles, saddle fitting, saddl fit
Stained Horse Tails | AndalusianWorld News
Steppe horse--"Most of us have never experienced horses like this: they are semi wild and live in big herds. Small and tough, most of the horses we rode were geldings whose manes and tails are cut to make rope. But a stallion’s mane is never cut" horses, hors magic, hors race, glorious hors, stepp hors, wild hors, hoars hors, anim magnat
Steppe horse--"Most of us have never experienced horses like this: they are semi wild and live in big herds. Small and tough, most of the horses we rode were geldings whose manes and tails are cut to make rope. But a stallion’s mane is never cut"