Monday, September 28, 2009

Mutual language from the beginning

Old habits die hard”! I think I heard these words at a clinic by Leslie Desmond years ago, and she is so right. When things are done well from the beginning, so many unnecessary problems can be avoided.

A young horse needs time and attention and I would recommend that anyone who does not have much experience of horses to seek help from professional trainers. If things are done right when the horse is young, the likelihood to have co-operative and happily working horses in the future is much more likely.

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