Horse Rearing Problems?
on to find out how you can stop your horse rearing
You do not have to put up with this behaviour
from your horse!
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A rearing horse can be a real problem if
not dealt with quickly.
Bad horse behaviour can become "embedded" very
quickly if not immediately confronted. Not only is
it frightening for all but the most experienced
rider, but horses that start rearing, or for that
matter develop any bad habits, are often worth a
just fraction of their purchase price - can you
afford to do nothing?
The problem can often cause a "downward spiral"
of poor interaction between horse and rider.
We all know how sensitive horses are to a
Think about this scenario...
The horse rears - the rider deals with the
situation incorrectly out of fear or inexperience.
The next time the rider gets on the horse, feeling
slightly (or very!) anxious. Anxiety gets
transmitted to the horse making it more likely to
spook or rear, making the rider more nervous... and
so it goes on to quickly become an entrenched
problem, which is difficult to break.
You must act now.
What Causes Horses to Rear?
Rearing problems can start for a number of reasons from veterinary problems,
confused signals from the rider to poor horse training, and yes some horses are
just bloody minded!
It can also be for the tiniest of reasons... just
recently my horse started to rear when being led
from field into its stable. We quickly realised that
this only happened with his fly-mask on. Clearly he
didn't like going from a sunny field to a darker
"scary" stable with his vision slightly impaired by
the fly mask
Of course the big problem is once a horse does
this to avoid a situation or instruction from the
rider and "gets away with it", what happens
the next time it comes across something it doesn't
want to do?...
you guessed it... up on the back legs again!
The good news is there are solutions...
How Can I Stop My Horse Rearing?
One to one training from horse trainers, can be
very expensive, if you can find a competent person
who you can trust. At last there is a simpler way
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benefited from Professor Jesse Beery's horse
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