Horses Care & Grooming : How Big Should a Horse Corral Be?


A horse corral should be large enough for each individual horse, as some require more space than others. Avoid keeping too many horses in a corral that is too small withinformation from a lifelong equestrian in this free video on horses. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

Horses Care & Grooming : Types of Brushes for Grooming a Horse


The types of brushes for horse grooming include curry combs, hard brushes, soft brushes and shedding blades. Gather the necessary tools for grooming a horse withinformation from a lifelong equestrian in this free video on horses. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

Horses Care & Grooming : Parts of a Horse’s Bridle


The parts of a horse’s bridle are the reins, the bit, the cheek piece, the crown piece, the brow band and the nose band. Understand how each of these bridle parts functions withinformation from a lifelong equestrian in this free video on horses. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

Horses Care & Grooming : What Do You Need to Groom a Horse?


To groom a horse, the necessary tools include a curry comb, a hard brush, a soft brush, a hoof pick, a comb and some clippers. Gather all supplies to thoroughly groom a horse withinformation from a lifelong equestrian in this free video on horses. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

Horses Care & Grooming : How to Properly Groom a Horse


Properly grooming a horse requires using a curry comb over the meaty parts of the body, a hard brush over the same areas, a soft brush over the legs and face, and a hoof pick on the feet. Gather the proper tools for grooming a horse withinformation from a lifelong equestrian in this free video on horses. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

Horses Care & Grooming : Basic Horse Information


Horses are generally used for competitive riding or pleasure riding, and sometimes as transportation or workhorses, and each breed has its own specialties. Understand the role of horses in today’s society withinformation from a lifelong equestrian in this free video on horses. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

Horses Care & Grooming : What Type of Fences Do You Need for a Horse?


Fencing for horses can vary depending on the breed and size, as baby horses need something solid and low to the ground, while larger horses require something very tall. Avoid using barbed wire, or any other harmful material, for a horse fence withinformation from a lifelong equestrian in this free video on horses. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

Horses Care & Grooming : Horse Saddle Fitting Guide


Fitting a saddle correctly on a horse is important to maintain comfort for the horse and function for the rider. Make sure each part of the saddle is fitting properly withinformation from a lifelong equestrian in this free video on horses. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

Horse Care & Riding : How to Safely Tie Up Your Horse


To safely tie up your horse, use the cross tie method that secures the lower and side rings of a halter. Find out more about tying up a horse with tips from an equestrian team coach in this free video on horseback riding. Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

How to Mount & Dismount a Horse : Horse Care After Riding


Watch as a horse expert discusses how to care for your horse after riding in this free online video about mounting and dismounting horses.Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team. Filmmaker: David Pakman

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