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Features the Value of the Head down cue by Ann Kirk ............................................... 6 Veterinary Knowledge ageless Horsemanship Stomach ulcers, What a Pain! Dr. Jake Lynch, DVM ............................... 12 baxter black On The Edge of Common Sense Whoa, Mule! ........................................... 18 riding the West by Don Dyer .......................................... 26
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Ann Kirk The Value of the Head-Down Cue This month I would like to talk with you about the importance of the head-down cue when training our horses. It is one of the essential foundation blocks that is usually missed when working on good ground manners. I seldom find a horse, either through lessons or training, that has already been taught this valuable lesson. The number of issues you can improve with a great head-down cue are endless. For example, a solid head-down cue is the starting point to retrain a halter-puller. A horse that pulls back while tied is a horse that has not been taught to give to pressure on its head. It also is the cue to drop and refocus the emotions while ground working your horse or even on its back. Having a sure head-down cue is of great benefit when the farrier is doing his job as the horse will normally raise its head when it is going to struggle and dropping the head changes that thought. Teaching the head-down cue to the point that you can demand it, is a must for taking the struggle out of putting on the bridle. And the list goes on and on. If I had known as a kid, how easy it was to teach your horse to put its head down, it would have saved me and my sisters a lot of hassle. We used to bridle our horses in pairs. We would put the reins around the neck and then boost one up on the horse’s back, (usually me). Then the one on top crawled up the neck and held the headstall. The one on the ground would put the bit into the horse’s mouth and the one on top
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would then put the headstall over the ears. Funny but true. Another area where it would have helped was mounting. Our parents didn’t let us ride in a saddle until we were 13 years old. We rode out in the mountains so much, if we fell off, they wanted us all the way off; not hung up in the saddle. Well when we were little, mounting proposed a problem if there wasn’t a stump or something around to help us mount. So we figured out if the horse reached down to take a bite and we could jump on his neck, when he picked his head up, we could slid down onto the back. Worked great but you had to be patient and rather sneaky to time it just right. But if I had know about the head-down cue, it would have saved the struggle.
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In a nutshell, a perfect head-down cue is a conditioned response to downward pressure by your hand, the halter or the bridle. I use it so often, especially for relaxing an emotional horse, that when I just start to touch the lead, they will drop the head. When taught thoroughly, your horse will even choose to drop its head on its own when it becomes upset. I believe it is important to understand conditioned response, for it is a principle foundational to truly training your horse at any level. A conditioned response is a cue that has been practiced so many times that the “conditioned response” replaces the natural response. One such example in human terms is the simple hand-shake. When someone I don’t know introduces himself to me, he usually walks up, tells me his name while extending his hand in greeting. I, in turn, extend my hand, grasp his and give it a welcoming shake. I do not have to think about it, it just happens as a normal response to the extended hand. This would be considered a conditioned response. I wasn’t born knowing it but, through conditioning, it has become a natural response. So let me teach you how to apply the conditioned response method in teaching the head-down cue to your horse. Whenever I work with a horse, I start first with the head. The way a horse lets me handle its head will tell me how it will feel about me handling its body. A horse that is afraid or resistant to my lessons will hold its head high, whereas a horse that is trusting will allow me to lower its head without resistance. So one of the first things I want to teach my horse before doing much else, is to drop its head on cue. I will begin with a halter and lead on the horse. Have the horse in a somewhat enclosed pen so you do not have to worry about the horse getting away from you. Take hold of the lead just below the snap and pull towards the ground. Put about 5 to 10 pounds of pressure on the lead. Put only the amount of pressure that you feel you could maintain for a length of time. Then wait. You are waiting for the horse to drop its head just a fraction and then release as quickly as you can. Pet and praise him and do it again. Don’t be surprised if the horse doesn’t respond correctly right away. Many horses have been taught to endure or even resist the pressure of the halter by many repetitions of being released while resisting, not giving. They may just ignore the pressure at first. Don’t release, just wait. They may lift their head higher to try to make you turn loose. Just match their pressure and wait. As soon as they drop their head some, even if it is still higher than when you started, release and
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praise them. It is still considered a give in the right direction. There is a difference between a give to the pressure and a passive allowance of letting you pull their head to the ground. If they are just being passive, the head will go down slowly but you will still feel some pressure on the lead. Try to stabilize your hand at a certain point so you can feel the slack drop into the rope as the horse gives to the pressure. It is hard to explain the feeling but you will know it when it happens. It is a sudden, complete release of pressure. This is important because the give is an active participation in the exercise whereas the other is just a passive submission because nothing else is more important at the moment. When something else is going on, you will not be able to drop the horse’s head on command and gain the control you thought you had. At first, when I am teaching the horse to drop its head, I will allow it to raise its head every time I release. But, as the horse better understands the cue, I will allow less time between requests to lower his head until he learns to keep his head at a certain level all the time. With a horse that is sure its head has to be high, it can look like his head is on a yoyo string. I cue it to drop its head, release on the give, it raises its head and immediately I cue it to drop again. This can go on for several reps until the horse keeps its head down for a few seconds before raising it again. How does this relate to the conditioned response definition? Horses, by nature, want to keep their heads free and up if they are uncertain about anything. Having their heads caught and controlled is almost certain death in their “natural” thinking. If I condition my horse to drop its head on cue no matter what else is going on at the time, I can calm the horse down and know that it trusts me to lead. When you drop the head, you drop the emotions. A high headed horse is tense and “on the muscle”. To drop the head, it has to relax some muscles even if only for a moment. I want to use this cue so much that whenever the horse starts to get worried, all I have to do is reach for the halter and he will drop his head and relax. I will teach this lesson first with the pressure from the halter. Then I will improve it by doing it several different ways such as with my hand on the top of his head or when pulling on either side of the halter or straight down with the bridle reins or with the individual reins. I want any downward pressure to mean drop the head. It is also important to take your horse to different spots and practice because the change of locations will change the horse’s focus and emotions. Start in a comfortable place for the horse and take it farther away from that place or add more commotion as it gets better until you are certain the response will be there when you ask. Let me say that this lesson does not have to be perfect before you go on but be consistent whenever you do work with your horse. Don’t skip it because you have something else you would rather be doing. It never doesn’t matter to the horse. It does not take much for your horse to learn that it is the expected response whenever you are around and it will change the way he relates to you big time. Be safe and God Bless…….Ann For more information on Ann Kirk and her Sensible Horsemanship Programs, go to www.annkirk.com. And check out the Sensible Horsemanship DVDs now available!
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Stomach ulcers are a frequent problem in horses. In high-risk groups, such as Thoroughbred racehorses, the incidence can approach 90 percent. However, any horse may develop ulcers, and ulcers are very common in horses that are not in intense training. Why does there seem to be an epidemic of stomach ulcers? One common and Dr. Jake Lynch, DVM, McKinlay Peters Equine Hospital very plausible theory is that the current management of horses is at odds with how horses adapted to their natural environment. The close ancestors of the modern domesticated horse have been grazing grasslands for tens of millions of years. Most estimates put domestication of the modern horse around 6,000 years ago, and it has not been until very recently that a large number of horses have been kept confined for long periods of time. Horses on pasture will graze for about 17 hours a day. And unlike our stomachs, the horse stomach produces a relatively constant amount of gastric acid
whether they are eating or not. It is not hard to imagine why a confined horse fed only twice a day might be at a higher risk of developing ulcers. The horse stomach has a very unique anatomy. It has a non-glandular upper portion and a glandular lower portion. The line demarcating the two regions is known as the margoplicatus. The glandular region produces gastric acid to help breakdown feed and is similar to our stomachs. The non-glandular region is covered by tissue similar to that of the esophagus. The glandular portion produces an acidneutralizing buffer, mucus, and has a specialized blood flow that helps protect it from gastric acid. Unfortunately, the nonglandular portion lacks these protective mechanisms and is very prone to ulceration. Besides the already mentioned risk factor of infrequent feeding, many other factors increase the odds of ulceration. Exercise causes the more acidic contents of the lower part of the stomach to come in contact with the upper, non-glandular portion of the stomach that is less protected from acid exposure. High starch/grain diets increase the acidity of the stomach contents. Dehydration has also been associated with ulcers. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as phenylbutazone (bute), flunixin meglamine (Banamine®) and ketoprofen, inhibit the protective mechanisms of the
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Whoa, Mule! I finally collected enough first hand reports to answer the age-old question, “How do you stop a runaway mule?” Ace Reid said he had been invited to be the parade marshal in Uvalde. They sat him up in the seat of a good-sized freight wagon pulled by a team of big mules. Halfway through the parade the mules spooked and started galloping down the street! The driver looked at Ace, handed him the lines and jumped ship! Ace said they were headed straight for a tuba player and two drummers ridin’ drag in the Sabinal High School marching band! He was able to alter the trajectory just enough so that the mules swung toward the sidewalk. When the wagon tongue hit the light pole, they stopped dead in their tracks! Deanie and her husband Mike train horses up in the Yakima Valley. One afternoon they went down to move a set of heifers from the high school section into the next pasture. She was ridin’ a two year-old filly and Mike was puttin’ the fine-tuning on a new mule. Deanie got a head start and was ridin’ around the heifers when she saw Mike, well, actually heard Mike comin’! His
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Riding the West By Don Dyer of Ponderosa Back Country Horsemen In previous articles, I discussed Back Country Horsemen of call them and ask them why they never attend, their general Washington, our local chapters and why you as a horse person answer is, “I just do not have the time.” It is just how you should be involved. I will reiterate a little bit here, if you are prioritize your time that matters. I will address this later. a trail rider, be it on some of the local county trails or the Others join the club or chapter and from the very beginning more backcountry trails, those trails have to be maintained. become very involved. They make it to most or every event, Due to severe budget cuts, the trails are not being maintained hold an office and are deeply committed to the mission of like we would like for them to be. That leaves it up to us, the organization. Now, that is not to say that every breath the volunteers. There are some organizations that help, like they take is for the benefit of the organization. Most people hikers, off-road vehicle users, bike riders, etc. Sometimes, we still have to work and make a living and some still have all join together in a single effort. But some areas are just for families, but they do work the organization into their weekly horse users and hikers, so it is up to us to keep those trails or monthly schedule and do all they can to be of benefit to open. There are also the legislative matters that have to be the club or chapter. That is prioritizing. attended to, and we have to be on our toes to keep ahead of Most of us have the time, if we really want to do something. that and keep ourselves informed. It is a matter of scheduling and making it a part of our lives. I am going to pass along a little saying I just read in the Just remember the next time you get on your horse to go for Farmer’s Almanac: “80% of effect comes from 20% of causes.” a ride and the trail is blown over or grown over and you have What does that mean? Basically, 80% of sales generally to go back home after a 2 hour drive and a 10 minute ride. come from 20% of the sales force, 80% of complaints come Ask yourself, “Am I part of the 80% or the 20%?” from 20% of customers. If you have ever belonged to any Most of us have families and our families take up a large organization, you may have noticed that 80% of the work in portion of our time. Those of us that ride and make our equine the club or chapter is performed by 20% of the membership. friends a part of our families understand that they also need a Some people join, make it to one or two meetings, then you dedicated portion of our time, to be taken out of the pasture, never see them again, yet they renew their membership year put on the trail and ridden. They enjoy it as much as we do, after year, never making it to another meeting. Others make or at least some of them do. We need to schedule some time it to every meeting but never participate in any events. If you for that part of our family and work our other family members
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Gerry Cox Horsemanship Classes. Teach your horse to be ultra‑responsive to your lightest & quietest cues. Suitable for extreme beginers to advanced riders, young to old! Private lessons, group clinics, here at our ranch or I can travel close if needed. View our videos on YouTube (Gerry Cox Horse) or on FaceBook. Mountain House Stables Arena, 775 Old Arden Highway, Colville, WA 99114. 509/685‑1977
EVENTS Hermiston Horse Sale! July 17, 2016, Open consignment & loose horse sale. Check in starts at 8am. Horse sale starts at 11am. For more info visit www.herm‑ istonhorsesale.com under NW horse sales, or call us at 541/567‑6649. Also watch our website for our upcoming catalog sale Oc‑ tober 15 & 16
Barefoot Hoof Trimming‑ 4PB‑S.A.I.D. Method, nature’s correct healthy & preferred alternative to metal shoes. J.B. Healy, third generation farrier. 509/456‑5555 Over 10 Years Experience As A farrier. Horseshoeing, trimming & correc‑ tive work done as well. Will travel to Spo‑ kane and surrounding areas. 509/570‑2334 Wellpinit AFA Certified Horseshoer, 25+ Years of experience, covering ID, MT & WA. Ray Cunnington, 406/546‑5698, 509/276‑2469
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Anado Ace WindDrift Farm ...........................22 IBN Salvadino Shalwyn Arabians ........................38 Mama Said Dash C & S Ranch ..................................4 Poco Buenos Ghost C & S Ranch ..................................4 SA Meshach Shalwyn Arabians ........................38
Ponderosa Back Country Horseman......................................7 RHANW ........................................3 WSU Horse Course .....................27
Horse Sense Solutions .................12 HUB International .......................37 TAK Petroleum.............................28 Woody’s Chimney & Masonry .....11
BarnS & BuildingS
Horse Sense Solutions .................12 Lazy J Bedding.............................18 LMF Feeds ...................................24
NW Cover-All – Fabri-Steel ..........25 Solid Structures............................29 Steel Structures of America, Inc ...19
BreederS C & S Ranch ..................................4 Shalwyn Arabians ........................38 WindDrift Farm Quarter Horses ...22
eventS Ann Kirk Two Day Clinic ...............6 Black Rock Ranch Open House ...........................20,21 Pacific Northwest Fjord Group............................Cover
Diamond Pine Ranch ..................14 Stethmir Arabians ........................10 Lady Raven Stable .......................22 Upriver Stables ............................38
Feed & acceSSorieS
Fencing All Terrain Fence ............................5 Jasper, Inc ................................ Back North 40 Fence Company............22 Washington Idaho Fence .............17
HorSeS For Sale Black Rock Ranch...................20,21 WindDrift Farm ...........................22
MiScellaneouS Baxter Black DVD .......................19 Dinah Carlson, Artist .....................9
Shalwyn Arabians Contact: Gerwyn & Diane Jones • Shalwyn@charter.net 411 Caldwell Rd. Walla Walla, WA 99362
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16hh, Bay Arabian Stallion • IAHA Sweepstakes Sire and Witez II owners network
Sandi Blake .................................28 Shelly Monahan-Cain .............30,31 Suzy Dix.......................32,33,34,35
SaddleS, tack & clotHing Indiana Harness Co. .....................8 Spokane Tack Trunk .....................22 Will Rogers Saddle Co. ................15
trainerS Ann Kirk Horsemanship.................6 Black Rock Ranch...................20,21 Gerry Cox....................................22 Upriver Stables ............................38 Whetzel Horse Training ...............26
trailerS & trailer repair Huber Trailer Sales.......................16 Washington Auto Carriage ...........23
veterinarian McKinlay & Peters Equine............13
Upriver Stables Limited stalls available n Trained stock for sale n 12x12 matted box stalls (Some paddocks) n Daily turn-out may be included n 65’x144’ covered arena n 55’ round pen with solid walls n
3001 N. Idaho Rd
Home of Upriver Morgans
Convenient wash rack/ heated water n 3 tack rooms & some cross tie areas n Safe fencing throughout n Harness training & instruction n
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