Type: Posts; User: Cindyg
Yeah, I want one too.
Oh my gosh! Turned out magical!! And I don't mean magikal!
Come visit Life With Oden to see pictures and videos of Eeyore. He is such a sweetie!
LIKE LIKE LIKE!
What's the purpose of the red thing between the human and the horse? How do they drive and hang on at the same time?
That is a precious video!!
That does look totally redneck.
But I need something just like that for my horse.
I am going to buy a Myler Combination bit when I can afford one.
It sounds like you know a lot more about photography than I do, but I film my horse nearly every day with my iPhone.
Yeah, my concern would be that people want you to teach them to ride bitless when they can't even ride the regular way.
My trainer kind of specializes in bitless riding, but I don't know how many...
Oh, no fair!! What did I miss? Can someone sum it up without curse words?
Yeah, I guess it turns out your question isn't really about bitless. But what I was going to say is -- I think if you can't stop your horse in a bit, you're not going to be able to stop him bitless....
She's not like the others. I really hope you will go, maybe to observe?, and give us a clinic report.
What's your horse like? In your head (not your emotions) do you know you're safe on her? If she's a bit of a wild hare, you might consider a horse who can "desensitize" you.
Help me make sense of it.
One Year Old Bay Colt
I'm old enough to know your riding years are not forever. Don't squander them.
I cannot even IMAGINE riding a horse on Bourbon Street during Mardi Gras!
I'm a hair older than you. When I feel bad that I'm not doing enough, I remind my self that most people my age don't ride. And couldn't ride if their lives depended on it. And then I feel better. ...
Oh come on. Can't you guys post links?!
So sad. Such a beautiful farm. The previous owner (dad) must be rolling over in his grave.
Yeah but -- was it a lost horse? What's a horse doing loose on hunting land?
This is one of my phobias. And, unfortunately, it takes me forever to get on, get my stirrups just so, re-adjust the girth....I don't know what all I do up there! But it takes forever.
Dr. Kellon recommends vitamin E supplementation while you're waiting to have your hay/grass analyzed if your horse does not get fresh grass or green hay.
Dr. Kellon recommends it because it most closely resembles the oil provided by fresh grass.
I offer this one!
Wish I could get one for my horse. Wouldn't that be great for his core muscles?!
Oden and Eeyore have a little romp in the snow. Enjoy. :)