Hot 2 Trot | Safe and Organized Alternative to Longeing at Congress

September 28, 2011 01:54 by Jaime
One of the major drawbacks of Congress is the extended periods that horses must endure without any free time whatsoever, often cooped up in warm barns that smell of urine. Until now, exercise on the longe line was the only feasible alternative to riding or ponying.
One of the major drawbacks of Congress is the extended periods that horses must endure without any free time whatsoever, often cooped up in warm barns that smell of urine. Until now, exercise on the longe line was the only feasible alternative to riding or ponying. [More]

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Creative Blogging - BlogU

September 27, 2011 20:12 by Jaime
BlogU - making blogging more creative.
BlogU - making blogging more creative. [More]

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One Hot Krymsun rebounds Longe Line at the NCQHA Futurity

September 25, 2011 10:57 by Jaime
In recent years, declining numbers in the longe line had led the futurity committee to omit the Non Pro Longe Line from the class list. One Hot Krymsun offered to bring the class back and sponsored it with $1000 added.
In recent years, declining numbers in the longe line had led the futurity committee to omit the Non Pro Longe Line from the class list. One Hot Krymsun offered to bring the class back and sponsored it with $1000 added. [More]

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Longe Line or Lunge Line - Random Thoughts

September 24, 2011 12:29 by Jaime
While some of us may wish that our longe liners (or longeliners) would lounge around on the end of their longeline as opposed to lunging forward at breakneck speed, it is absolutely not correct to call them loungeliners or lungeliners (except in jest).
While some of us may wish that our longe liners (or longeliners) would lounge around on the end of their longeline as opposed to lunging forward at breakneck speed, it is absolutely not correct to call them loungeliners or lungeliners (except in jest). [More]

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Yearling In Hand Trail - Longe Line #3

September 23, 2011 22:25 by Jaime
Longeing is an essential skill for a well rounded horse to have and should be added to his training whether he is showing in the Yearling Longe Line/In Hand Trail or not.
Longeing is an essential skill for a well rounded horse to have and should be added to his training whether he is showing in the Yearling Longe Line/In Hand Trail or not. [More]

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Yearling In Hand Trail - Leading #2

September 21, 2011 10:48 by Jaime
The importance of proper leading skills can't be overemphasized for yearling in hand trail. As entries in this new class continue to rise, the patterns will continue to become more complex. To be really ready and really competitive for the larger shows in the fall, such as the APHA Fall Championship World Show, I would really like to have my yearling leading as nicely as a well started showmanship horse. [More]

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Using horses as guide animals

September 19, 2011 16:46 by Jaime
One of the main benefits of using horses over dogs as guide animals is the length of life. Most service animal sized dogs such as labs and goldens have a useful life of just over a decade. Horses can easily double that.
One of the main benefits of using horses over dogs as guide animals is the length of life. Most service animal sized dogs such as labs and goldens have a useful life of just over a decade. Horses can easily double that. [More]

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Yearling In Hand Trail - Groundwork #1

September 18, 2011 00:01 by Jaime
Every maneuver or obstacle in yearling in hand trail or yearling longeline can be drilled down to one simplicity: body control.
Every maneuver or obstacle in yearling in hand trail or yearling longeline can be drilled down to one simplicity: body control. [More]

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Ideas for just weaned foals - Kasino Series

September 17, 2011 07:38 by Jaime
In the weeks that follow "weaning," your foal isn't really fully weaned. Every day of separation could easily be forgotten with one little reunion.
In the weeks that follow "weaning," your foal isn't really fully weaned. Every day of separation could easily be forgotten with one little reunion. [More]

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Loading foals in a Horse Trailer - Kasino Series

September 16, 2011 05:51 by Jaime
One of my main points of this story is how you can use your head to come up with miniature goals that your foal can handle and deliver to you without failure.
One of my main points of this story is how you can use your head to come up with miniature goals that your foal can handle and deliver to you without failure. [More]

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Thoughts on showing at different levels of horse shows.

September 15, 2011 12:07 by Jaime
Horse shows are about fun and your personal goals. Don't let the thought of where you "should" be distract you from that!
Horse shows are about fun and your personal goals. Don't let the thought of where you "should" be distract you from that! [More]

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Stall exercises during weaning - Kasino Series

September 7, 2011 07:20 by Jaime
Best of all, there is plenty of lip licking and an inquisitive, interested look on his face that tells me he IS learning and he IS NOT bored. I love that look.
Best of all, there is plenty of lip licking and an inquisitive, interested look on his face that tells me he IS learning and he IS NOT bored.

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