I'm sure you've seen these gadgets. They are everywhere. You will see them at every barrel race and in every schooling show and hunter ring. You will see these often at barns that give lessons. They seem to be very common. I think people just put them on their horses without really understanding anything about the equipment because they see so many other's doing it. Sadly, many people use these devices to cover up bad riding or bad horsemanship. The International Society of R
Lainey Ashker Clinic Report...
The Training & Riding Academy of Chattanooga (TRAC) hosted a 2 day clinic with 4* eventer, Lainey Ashker, on November 12-13, 2016 in the North Georgia area. This was a big treat for riders of Area 3. The event was hosted in a large indoor arena so that weather would not be an issue. Riders came in from Chattanooga, Middle Tennessee, Knoxville, and the Atlanta area for this special opportunity. There were riders from starter all the way up to an
Horses should have access to clean and fresh water at all times! Water is essential for life. In horses, water helps prevent colic and choke. Water helps keep the body functioning normally and helps kidney function. Did you know that if water is too hot or too cold a horse won't drink it? You can use tank heaters and heated or insulated buckets in the winter to help warm the water. Impaction colic is very common in cold winter areas. You might also need to utilize more salt