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Learn All About Horses
November 2002

 Learn All About Horses Newsletter . Learn All About Horses 
November 1, 2002 
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News From the Horse Barn!

Welcome back to Learn All About Horses. It has been raining in our part of the country. It's wonderful! We have more green grass now than we did the Spring. This horses are loving it.

I pray that each of you have such a blessing touch your life. I have learned that appreciating the little things is what makes life worth while.

in this issue
  • Favorite Horses--Andalusian
  • Featured Website---Kicking Back Ranch
  • Training--Learning from Mistakes
  • Advertisement--The MOM Team

  • Featured Website---Kicking Back Ranch
    In looking for horse training information to share with you, I found the Kicking Back Ranch website. I believe that you will enjoy the variety of information that can be found at this website.

    Articles on wild horses and donkeys, draft horses, quick tips on health and training, and just good clean, horse- type fun make this site entertaining as well as informative.


    Kicking Back Ranch

    Training--Learning from Mistakes
    Horse handling is full of mistakes. Even the pros make them. Each horse responds a little bit differently from another when first handled.

    An aid given just a little bit too strongly can cause the horse to "overrespond," (e.g., roll away rather than just slow down). The handler being slightly out of position can cause the horse to "see" a different message than the one intended. So why does the professional clinician look so "perfect?"

    Learn how and learn to have more confidence in your ability to train your horse by turning mistakes into learning experiences.....

    Mistakes: What Me Worry?

    Advertisement--The MOM Team
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    Then check out the MOM Team. For better health and increased wealth.


    More information...

    Favorite Horses--Andalusian
    I believe that one of the prettiest, most elegant breed of horses is the Andalusian.

    The Andalusian has officially been known as the Purebred Spanish Horse and reigned for several centuries throughout the known world as the embodiment of perfection in horseflesh.

    The Andalusian has a distinguished appearance, usually appearing in the colors white and light gray, and occasionally bay. It is a compact horse with excellent proportions, and usually stands at 15.2 hands. The mane and tail are abundant.

    The Andalusian is renowned for its ability to learn and its superb temperament and has an interesting heritage and history. Learn more.....



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