Happy Sunday B.R.E family! I hope everyone has had a great Memorial Weekend. It is such an important holiday in this country to commemorate and celebrate our soldiers in every branch of the military who had/have sacrificed so much to fight for our freedom. So this week I wanted to discuss something that we all equestrians, athletes, individuals and even bystanders have in common…fear.
Just today we had a new student who has the love and passion for horses. But what was a ch
Hey everyone! Hope you had a eventful weekend. I just wanted to discuss some horse care tips with y’all.
One of the most important care tips is picking your horse's hooves. This is very important. Why you might ask? Horses are prone to getting rocks in their feet. I know some of you might think "Well, so what? It is just a rock. Pick it out an your all good right?". Well yes and no. If a rock sits in their hoof long enough the stone bruises the sole of the hoof and if left
Do you have mounting issues? Well, not anymore. Here is a quick tip that will take you 5 minutes to improve your horse's mounting problems as well as teach your horse some manners. When mounting your horse the first thing I want you to know is they must wait for you every step of the way! Why? Because this not only is this a daily procedure of getting on your horse...this is mounting safety that your horse must respectfully learn. Your step to step to do list: Step 1- line
Long time no blog. Well, we’re back. So, I just wanted to talk about body clipping a horse. The reason we body clip a horse. In winter, the horses grow a thicker coat to keep them warm during the cold weather. We clip the horses coat to keep them from 1. Over heating during workouts 2. It's Hygienic 3. So they don’t fall ill. Now let’s go over these steps. 1. Over heating- due to the long coat they will get sweaty a lot quicker. 2. It's Hygienic to clip your horse! They won't
Hi out there! Today I want to share some knowledge about exercising a horse with those of you who are interested. There are 5 basic ways to keep your horse happy, healthy and fit. 1. Turning your horse out All you need to do to turn out your horse is take them out of their stall and put them in a arena so they can play, roll, or just run around and have some good old fun. (Obviously this doesn't work with pastured horses!) 2. Chasing/Working in a turnout This is most common &