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.
Tia is a beautiful horse..Lots of spunk..No bad habits..Gets along with other horses. Is a bit barn sourer due to lack of riding her. Shes been alone for a year, as my older horse died. She has plenty of ride left in her..Never sick..Western o ... Read More