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o you dread turnout out time because your horse crowds you as soon as you open the door? If so, it might be time to take a good hard look at your horse and his ground manners, or lack thereof, as well as your routine. Whether we realize it or not, every single time we handle our horses we’re teaching them good or bad ground manners. What they are learning can ultimately translate to when we ride. Because horses learn by repetition, and our daily routines tend to be repetition as well, good or bad behavior becomes solid over time. Little things like crowding your space when you’re haltering or leading can progress over time. Initially, it might start out simply as your having to take a step back when you put the halter on because your horse has pushed his head into your space. Eventually it turns into ignoring your space entirely. Instead of taking a step back, take the time to make your horse step back at least two steps to reinforce respect of your space.

repetition. Doing repetitive exercises at turn out, such as stopping and backing up, is a great to get your horse to listen to you. Take a few steps forward and then immediately ask your horse to back up a few steps. This is one simple exercise can be done several times on the path to their turnout area. Horses that anticipate are more sensitive to routine. They generally act out because they get excited about the impending turnout, or in some cases coming in. These types of horses are always thinking and are always one step ahead. Horses that tend to anticipate are also more likely to be on the muscle at turnout time, especially if they’ve been up for a few days.  Because routine actually causes these horses become antsy about turnout, the best way to deal with them is to change the routine. Instead of walking straight out to the turnout area, set up a scenario where they have to wait and work before they go out. Lateral ground work exercises are good for this type of horse because it

When you’re leading, does your horse stay respectfully at your shoulder and wait on you, or does your horse charge forward dragging you along? If your horse is pulling on you, it’s most certainly time to work on leading. Daily turnout is a great time to work on leading your horse because it gives you a chance to set up consistent training, especially since you’re already leading your horse out anyhow. As mentioned earlier, horses learn by

makes them think. Include some groundwork as often as you can and they’ll soon figure out that turnout time isn’t a mad dash to the gate - they have to take their time. Simple things such as asking your horse to lower his head before haltering can also make a difference with these types of horses. When haltering, take your time and don’t rush. Take a deep breath and just relax, especially if you’re dreading taking

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your horse out. Your horse will take a cue from your body language and will start to relax too over time. With horses that anticipate, it’s also good to review even the simple of act of exiting the stall or pasture. When you open the stall door, don’t just mindlessly step out. Wait for a moment. If your horse takes a step forward, ask your horse to back up a step or two. To keep them guessing a little more, you can even ask for a lateral movement of the shoulders or hips. The idea is to get your horse waiting on you and not rushing through the stall door or gate. When you step out into the hallway, ask your horse to stop and wait on you just as you did in the stall. The goal is to keep your horse relaxed and guessing what you’re going to do next. On the way to the turnout area, you can practice the leading exercise mentioned earlier to reset your horse’s mindset and keep him waiting on you. Another helpful exercise is walking extremely slow. These two exercises will quickly help your horse to relax and not anticipate the turnout process. Once through the gate, again take your time in turning your horse loose. Ask him to lower his head and take your time taking the halter off. Another strategy you can use if your horse is full of energy is to work your horse just a few minutes in the turnout area before your turn him loose. Ask him to move his shoulders or hips over, or work on side pass. Make sure you don’t over drill, and be sure to end on a good note. You can use turning them loose as their reward for doing a good job. While it’s easy to get in the habit of rushing through barn chores, especially if you’re running late for work, taking a little extra time and slowing down can have a big impact on your horse’s ground manners. Look for new ways to incorporate groundwork into your daily routine and your horse will have better manners because of it.

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and sponge like. This condition is prime for dirt, bacteria and fungi to be worked through the sole and hoof walls. Once worked in, there is no way out and most of the time it will occur in the front hooves. The grime becomes locked in and begins to fester. The fester begins brewing, creating pus and heat from the rotting flesh locked within, causing great pressure against the hoof wall. This is similar to a bruised finger or toenail on you. Anyone having experience with this can testify as to how unpleasant this is. But climate is hardly the only culprit. Riding a horse over rough, rocky terrain is a leading cause of abscesses. This is worsened if the horse is not properly shod. More of this article is available on our web site under â&#x20AC;&#x153;Helpful Articles.â&#x20AC;?

Stone bruises caused these abscesses that busted out in the sole of the hoof.

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scrutinized. “Kind of, Sort of” just didn’t cut it. I really had to strive for perfection. Poles And Cones In many of the challenge tests, poles and cones were set up for the rider to navigate in different gaits. This was helpful in some ways in that it gave us a frame of reference of where to ride. In other ways, it was tricky to keep my horse riding correctly over polls that were spaced at different intervals. Callers Although it was important to be familiar with the particular test that I was riding, every rider was allowed a caller to announce the next maneuver in the test. Having a good caller, that stayed in the rhythm and flow of your ride was vital for success. It also relieves a lot of pressure of trying to memorize a test that can last up to seven or eight minutes. Should a rider go off course, a cowbell is rung and the judge helps the rider find a new starting point. This makes the event very rider-friendly. There’s only a small penalty for this happening twice but getting lost a third time is a dismissal. Bits And Headgear Unlike other disciplines, Cowboy Dressage allows you to ride a horse of any age in a Bosel, Snaffle or Leverage Bit. It is strictly the rider’s preference. You can also ride with a Leverage Bit using two-hands. However, if you start two-handed you must ride the entire test with two-hands. If you begin your test one-handed you must ride the whole test one-handed. Levels For Everyone This weekend I competed in the “Top Hand” Division. This perhaps was the most challenging and difficult test of the weekend. However, there are classes for every level of horse and rider. Youth classes, Novice classes, Amateur and Open classes. There were many classes offered for just those who wanted to walk and jog. Then many more that also included the lope and more challenging maneuvers. Cowboy Dressage Handshake This is an agreement that every rider makes: They will always put the horse’s welfare above any competition or goal. The show management insists, and enforces, that no equipment can be used, or training techniques implement, in the warm-up pen that would not be allowed in the show arena. Although almost every club and association talks about and attempts to put the welfare of the horse first, I have not seen any group practice what they preach any better than Cowboy Dressage Soft Feel Although the technical aspects of each test are critical, there is also a more subtle area that is judged just as importantly. Riders are judged on the “soft feel” that they exhibit while executing each maneuver. That means; riding with light contact without over-flexing the horse. If a horse’s head and neck get too low, or a horse’s nose gets behind the vertical, penalty points are assessed. Without the soft feel that exemplifies harmony, balance and partnership, it is difficult to do well in Cowboy Dressage. Personally, I love the tradition, athleticism and disci-

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Executing the correct bend, on a ten-meter circle, at the working jog

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pline of the Reined Cow Horse. However, Cowboy Dressage has added a new dimension and challenge to my own horsemanship. This weekend I observed riders of many levels riding many different breeds of horses. The common denominator was that each rider was trying to ride with more finesse, feel and accuracy. This is the first Cowboy Dressage show that I have ever attended and I think I can share a pretty objective opinion. It appears to me that horses and riders are both winners in this deal. Cowboy Dressage is an opportunity for any rider, at any level, to bump up their horsemanship game and refine their skills. It’s also a place where each horse can step up to a higher level of performance without being compromised physically or mentally. Here’s the rest of the story: I did indeed make it back to compete in the top 5! We rode a mystery test and then had to switch horses with another top 5 contestant and re-ride the test. My horse Whiz secured the Championship win for a veteran Cowboy Dressage competitor, which was beautifully executed. Whiz and I placed fourth, which my wife assures me is more than respectable for my first endeavor with a brand new discipline, having entered the toughest class, at their year-end finals. I had fun this weekend and learned a lot. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to do it again. You can find out more by going to cowboydressageworld.com

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