- May 25, 2005
After a few uneventful rides, seek more challenging trips, such as crossing mud puddles or shallow streams. Because horses will always go around rather than through water, pick the spot for this lesson with care. Don't ask the horse to go through a mud puddle, for instance, when dry ground is on both sides. Instead, find a place where there’s no alternative but to cross at the spot you’ve
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