Clinician Buck Brannaman shares what you need to know about training your horse for a veterinary exam. It starts with who moves whose feet and getting a horse accurate on the end of a lead rope, Brannaman says.
Thoroughbred mare, free to a good home. W/T/C, small jumps, good on trails. Needs an intermediate + rider. Very easy keeper – lives out 24/7 with mares and geldings, and stands great for Farrier/vet/dentist. UTD on farrier/vet/dentist. Read More