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.
She's been there done that (trail riding, shows, clinics, etc.) trailers well, light touch, obedient, safe and enjoys good health. No real issues, just 28 years young. Good with other horses, sheep and dogs. Would be excellent horse for child ... Read More