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.
Biggs is very much the Thoroughbred. His movements are sleek and graceful. He has ridden dressage, eventing, and stadium jumping. He is quiet in his stall, easily directed in his pasture, stands well for farrier and vet. Needs experienced rider. Read More
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