How I Solved My Horse’s Problem
was extremely head-shy when I got him. I bought a small, soft face brush that fit in my hand and brushed his face every single day with it. He soon learned to enjoy—instead of hate— having his face touched.
Ralynn Vaal, Indiana
gelding, always rushed into the lope. I read that I should give him his head at the lope depart, and it worked like magic! He strikes off much better now that he’s not worried about being told to “go” and “slow” at the exact same time.
Jennalyn Morris, Georgia