This photo below is of an beautiful "Arabian Stallion"
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Wild Horses video(below)
This wild horse video is amzing and beautiful! I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did.
P.s-Sorry if the slgoan in the middle is annoying just try to see past it, haha.
In the picture below there is a labelled diagram of a horse. These are all the specific parts to a horses body. If you have any questions put them on the comment box below the picture.
Horse labelled diagram
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A horse's healthy diet...
The normal amount for a horse should be of mostly hay and pasture grass and possibly a small amount of pelleted feeds, grains, or sweet feeds only if they are needed. Little importance is put on the nutritional value of the pasture we are giving our horses. We do shouldn't give our horses pastures just to keep them busy. Forage is a very important calorie basis for horses that can vary hugely with the nutritional value of what horses consume. It is important that horses have good quality hay in order to keep them healthy.
A healthy diet for a horse should consist of...
Basic riding tack consists of a saddle, saddle pad, and bridle...that is basically all you need to ride a good horse who doesn't buck or rear. You may also need a riding crop to help your horse pay attention(but remember a riding crop-or whip-is not something to abuse your horse with...a quick sharp touch shouild do the trick). For other horses who do tend to throw there head up or rear there is tack to help -somewhat- prevent that, but I shall not go into the details(Sorry). Obviously this isn't the only horse tack there is, of course there is grooming tools like curry combs, dandy brushes, etc. I could go on...and...ON about all the different tack items avalable for horses. Don't forget blankets and fly masks, as well as halters and lead ropes. Funny thing I know from others, and from experience is that in the winter -if you don't live in too harsh of climates-If you do not put a blanket on your horse then it will grow a thicker coat which keeps it warm...but even though this should be enough once in a while I would still throw a blaket or two on my horses when it looks really stormy outside :P. Please write in the comment boxes below and I will be sure to write to you on the wall
A few pictures of some horse tack
Horse groomign and tacking up
A little of what's happening in my life talk...
Lately I have been seeing little minuature horses everywhere I go...its quite funny actually, I just think they are SOOO CUTE! So now I want one...yeah I said it. I don't think I will ever be content with the animals I have, of course I want every farm animall possible. Do you have a dream life that you just cant get out of your mind? I sure do! I dream of growing up and marrying that perfect man and living on a farm...I guess just a hobby farm, with every animal you can think of: Horses, MIni Horses, Donkeys, llamas, alpacas, chickens, cows, goats, sheep, pigs, dogs, cats, etc, etc. I would love to get to know each and eveyone personally...and train them and all that. But obviousy I would need a perty good paying job to get all that if ya know what I mean.Plus I feel presure to become an animal Vet and continue my fathers practice when he retires...since he started his bussiness himself, but of course I need good grades plus be good at math and all that jazz(which Im definaltly NOT). And even if I did become a vet...how would I find time spend with ALL those animals??? But i you think about it my husbands gotta have a perty nice job as well(Hopfully)(Fingers Crossed) which would do us pretty good...but what if he wants to have kids...I DO NOT want kids to tell you the truth...or have them...
Anyways please feel free to write in the comment box and ask questions....that would be GREAT.
please come back to read and look at all the different things on my website. :)
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Just a little slideshow I put togetherClick thumbnail to view full-size
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The bottom horses hoof and how to pick a horse's feet.
I have posted a picture below of a horses hoof each part displayed is: the hoof wall, water line,white line, sole, frog, bars, seats of corn, and heel bulb. Now, when you are picking out a horses feet you always want to go in a downward motion, not up or side to side. And there are places on their hoof where you don't want to try picking out being: The frog and hee bulbs. Where you DO want to pick out is starting at the seats of corn, going down to th sole beside the frog but not on the frog, then after you have picked out as much as possible you can go ahead using the hoof brush usually already attached on the other side of the hoof pick , and brush all around where you have picked out as well as the hoof wall, water line, and white line.
The bottom of a horses hoof diagram
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I found this video of this girl bareback riding, its very cool. She is also riding with no bridal or halter. Enjoy! It makes me happy watching it so I hope it affects you in the same way :).
If you have any cool videos please tell me on the comment board i would love to watch them! I love bareback riding but unfortunatly my horses are not super used to it. Anyhow enjoy the video!