Of the so-called human-generated injuries, 63% were considered preventable by riding safety experts.
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Have you taught a horse a task on his left but had him be clueless about it on his right? Dr. Camie Heleski explains.
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. Learn how to teach your horse an alternate response to triggering stimuli.
Owning horses sometimes requires making tough choices, especially as they get older.