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My fuzzy girls and I hope you are all having a lovely winter!


Has anyone on the list taught a young horse to Park out? Any advice? Thanks :-)
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From:xtrish70x
Date:December 28th, 2005 11:20 pm (UTC)
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aw i love it when they get fuzzy :-)




and about the parking out...im starting to teach my babies how to..

I just take them out everyday and use my feet to place their front hooves about a foot infront of them then when they will stand like that for about a minute without moving ill put them back in their stalls and give them treats and stuff. They catch on pretty quick and once you've got the feet down you can put a little pressure on their withers so they can stretch out their back and hind legs a little
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From:planegirl
Date:December 29th, 2005 03:42 pm (UTC)
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Very helpful info! Thank you :~)
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From:xtrish70x
Date:December 31st, 2005 04:44 am (UTC)
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no problem :-)
From:wildcharm101
Date:March 15th, 2006 06:22 pm (UTC)
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I do know how to, if you are still interested.. I ride at Micheal Slomkowski's barn, and I know how to set up the weanlings.
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From:planegirl
Date:March 16th, 2006 04:10 am (UTC)
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Well I would love some input!! What I have been doing seems to be working, but SO sloowwwly, and I was wondering what others do that might be more efficient. When I am working with her on the leadline and we stop, I get her to set her hind legs, then I put my hand on her withers and lean/pull on her the direction I'd like her to move, while touching the back of her pastern with my toe. She is slowly getting the hang of it, but likes to rock back and balance on her hind legs rather than stretching upwards adn forwards.
I'd love to hear what you do!
Thanks :-)
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