Restraining a Horse (Book Excerpt)

The horse might appear to be well restrained while nothing is being done, then react with great speed when the procedure is attempted. If a restraint device is only partially applied, there is a much greater chance of the device coming off, leaving both the handlers and the horse in a potentially dangerous situation.

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