Why ground work is good for you and your horse.

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We changed our provider and ran various other checks so hopefully these problems are now sorted out.

Elektra is coming along fine and now the weather is improving I hope to be able to write more and post more about our activities.

Until then, here is an article I thought might be of interest. It seems researchers have proved that practising ground work really does make for quieter, healthier horses.

Enjoy the read.

http://spellboundhorses.com/2013/03/07/horses-regularly-trained-with-ground-work-are-more-relaxed-when-ridden/

 

 

 

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  1. Kate sagt:

    An interesting read – though not really surprising to some of us! ;-)

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