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Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 2w ago

It might not seem like a big deal, but having your horse stand still and wait is extremely important, especially while you are mounting. ..read more
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Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 1M ago

This post will list and describe some some signs of relaxation and stress. It is important to know what signs to look for in our horses so ..read more
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Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 1M ago

A stereotypy is a repeated action that seems to have no purpose. Stable vices are stereotypies. Vices develop from the horse being ..read more
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Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 2M ago

It can be hard to know whether you are on the correct diagonal when you first start riding. It’s important to know the footfall of the ..read more
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Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 2M ago

Horses have five gaits; walk, jog, lope, gallop, and back up. Of course gaited horses may vary from this, but this post will only discuss ..read more
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Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 2M ago

Bridling is a problem that a lot of horses have. Maybe they throw their head up to avoid the bit, back up, or block you. Sometimes it’s ..read more
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Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 2M ago

Nearly everything we do with our horses in some way or another is desensitization; because they are prey animals, they are naturally wary ..read more
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