how do you train a horse thats already been trained?

how do you train a horse thats already been trained?

Post by Kurl » Fri, 15 Dec 1995 04:00:00


Subject: how do you train a horse thats already been trained?
date:12-14-1995
name: Sonja Larson
e-mail: Kurlar

I have a horse that was trained and was really good but then he got
pasturized for about four years. If you can think of any good ways to
break a fairly good horse please e-mail me at Kurlar I hope to be hearing
from you soon!

 
 
 

how do you train a horse thats already been trained?

Post by The Purple Dem » Sat, 16 Dec 1995 04:00:00

: Subject: how do you train a horse thats already been trained?
: date:12-14-1995
: name: Sonja Larson
: e-mail: Kurlar

: I have a horse that was trained and was really good but then he got
: pasturized for about four years. If you can think of any good ways to
: break a fairly good horse please e-mail me at Kurlar I hope to be hearing
: from you soon!

Pasturized????  *:)
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how do you train a horse thats already been trained?

Post by jaz » Sat, 16 Dec 1995 04:00:00

Quote:

>I have a horse that was trained and was really good but then he got
>pasturized for about four years.

 God, that must have been painful! All that boiling!  Don't you think
horses are "at pasture"?

 If you can think of any good ways to

Quote:
>break a fairly good horse please e-mail me at Kurlar I hope to be hearing
>from you soon!


 
 
 

how do you train a horse thats already been trained?

Post by James McCamer » Wed, 20 Dec 1995 04:00:00


Quote:

>: Subject: how do you train a horse thats already been trained?
>: date:12-14-1995
>: name: Sonja Larson
>: e-mail: Kurlar

>: I have a horse that was trained and was really good but then he got
>: pasturized for about four years. If you can think of any good ways to
>: break a fairly good horse please e-mail me at Kurlar I hope to be hearing
>: from you soon!

>Pasturized????  *:)

Oh come on guys, if you're going to make fun you can at least throw in
a little help as well.  
Sonja, if the horse was trained to begin with you don't have to
break him again, even after being on pasture for four years.  You
may have to remind him that he is trained but he should pick it
back up with little trouble.  Do a little ground work with him
first just to let him figure out that he is going to have to work
some again and to remind him just who is at the top of the pecking
order.  There are many, many books on the basics out there, just
go through some of those with him and he should remember most of it
pretty quickly.  
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