Equus Note App is an online journal for your iPhone that keeps track of your equestrian experiences and helps you achieve your goals. Take concise notes on the specifics of each day's ride, the condition of your horse, problems encountered and personal recollections about daily events. Write down goals for your horses training and keep track of accomplishments on a daily basis. Easily organize all of your horses records. In-app notifications keep you on top of your horses health regime, feeding schedule, and shoeing appointments. Take Equus Journal on your phone and have all your data right where you need it. Add information in real-time, as you ride.
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Let me be clear. The experience was not pretty. My ability to control crumbled right into the dirt under my boots. The fortress walls I had built around my heart and ego did, too. It was awkward, exposing, and very, VERY eye-opening. And then it happened — the moment I stopped trying to control and told the truth about how I was feeling vulnerable, discombobulated, and afraid , the horse began to take interest in what I was doing and let me lead.
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The challenge with training is always how to make it interesting and provide variety. Two reins that clip to the bit rings and then run straight back on either side of the horse to attach to the girth or a roller. For lungeing only. They offer an alternative way of working the horse to help add variety to your training programme. When the horse raises or twists his head beyond a desired point, the reins put pressure on the bit. This acts on the bars and the corners of the mouth so the horse returns to the correct position and the pressure is released. They can help develop top line during lungeing and, depending on the positioning of the reins on the girth and their length, the desired frame. Positioned low and long, they allow a rounder, deeper frame and encourage the horse to stretch and use the muscles of his back. Side reins must also be adjusted to equal lengths or slightly shorter to the inside. Uneven reins will develop a lop-sided horse.
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