This is a great little pattern for any horse and rider to try. All you need is nine markers and a place to set them up. First, set the markers or cones up like the black dots. The shorter the distance between cones the more difficult the exercise is, so if the horse or rider is green, start out with them a little wider. I recommend starting at a walk until the pattern becomes … [Read more...] about The exercise to improve ANY horse!
EquineDIY recently asked a Facebook group about Jolly Balls, the plastic ball with a handle that are sold as horse toys. Here are the results! This poll is just for fun! … [Read more...] about Jolly Ball Poll
While browsing Ebay for saddles, I came across an auction for a English saddle that the seller claimed to be 15 inches, but it really didn’t look that small in the first picture. So I checked out the other pictures and found out they are measuring the wrong way. When measuring a English saddle it should be from the middle of the cantle, to the middle of one of the nail heads on … [Read more...] about How To Measure an English Saddle
It looks simple enough, but the gate can be a challenge for many horse and riders. Go through this course for only $1! https://equinediy.thinkific.com/courses/10-tips-for-success-with-trail-gates … [Read more...] about 10 Tips for Success with Trail Gates
There are so many options for containing your horse. Check out this free course for an overview of the pros and cons of popular materials. https://equinediy.thinkific.com/courses/basics-in-horse-fencing … [Read more...] about Basics in Horse Fencing