Fifty-two years ago the first horse roamed the earth. It had a face like a fox, tail like a donkey, feet like a pig, and the body of a cat. In fact, it was not much larger than a cat.
Horses use their sense of touch to learn about their environment, to communicate, and to socialize, and as a defense against predators. A horse's sense of touch is more highly developed than peoples.
It was brought to my attention that maybe I don't explain quite well enough what I mean by "softening your hands".
The dreaded words a trainer hears from an enthusiastic horse shopping parent..." It will be great, they can learn together". That's just not how it works when it comes to children and thousand pound animals.
I'm not an expert by any means, but I consider body language to be the single most important thing we can learn when it comes to being around horses. Horses are inherently honest and forthright communicators and just as we expect them to learn to...
Horses have been around for millions of years. As social animals they communicate with their five senses and with body language. Horses also use their five senses to protect themselves from predators
Having a bad day? Not sure if you want to ride today? Or if you should ride today? Read on for some advice!
If you have access to horses and are knowledgeable about them, then a good way to earn so extra cash can be to give riding lessons.
Bidhi Chand was a warrior. Earlier he was a thief but he left that and joined service with the Guru. He was instrumental in bringing back two stolen horses of the Guru from the Lahore Fort
Great information about free horses, horse adoption, and owning a horse. Lots of horse photos included!