We could all use a horse like this one in our herds!
Bridleless riding in an arena is an accomplishment by itself and so is riding anywhere near a tarp. Combining riding into an open field with the incorporation of a tarp creates two images in our minds. One, a total disaster or two, this horse and rider below! There’s no question, this horse has had extensive training. This horse’s calm demeanor with the tasks asked leave us drooling and speechless.
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So it’s a frozen mess outside right now 😩, but thankfully the weather looks great for the rest of the week. It’s just going to be a bit muddy for a while. So if you played along with the game yesterday the lie was number 3 saying that I have never broken a bone. I have broken my thumb when I was 15 and I broke my scapula actually 3 years ago today. For fun tell me a random fact about you. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #parelli #retiredracehorseproject #ottbsofinstagram #thoroughbred #ottb #tbmakeover #lovehorses #bayhorse #younghorse #eventing #horsejumping #dressage #showjumping #trot #canter #gallop #horsemanship #naturalhorsemansip #horsetraining #equine #horse #equestrian #equinesofinstagram #equestrianstyle #equestriagirls #horsegirl
Mind your melon videos showcase riders who have decided to protect their noggins by wearing a helmet. Do you have mind your melon submission to share? Send it to [email protected].
Ecovet fly spray creates a vapor barrier around your horse that confuses and overwhelms an insect’s normal directional ability. Thanks to this Ecovet barrier, the insect is unable to locate your horse as its next victim. Watch Ecovet in action: