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Equine training equipment - Schneiders
Schneider offers you everything from a single supplier. The highest class horse training equipment and training accessories from major providers such as Billy Royal®, Double S, Premier and Dura-Tech®. The training of a horse is a demanding but highly worthwhile job, and these durable tools make the job simpler and more effective.
This pretty headband training fringes and headbands are often used for training in parallel to the shows. Headband and laryngeal fastener prevent the harness from sliding off while underway. One-eared headpieces are the supporting pillar of training stables. Several headpieces have a piece of equipment that allows the bit to be exchanged quickly for another horse.
These are both important levers that inspire the horse to move in the choice and encourages it to use its back and hindquarters. They are used to develop smoothness and agility when you do not want to exert tension in the horse's jaw. They are suitable not only for horseback rides but also for floor work and lungeing.
Made from high grade belt leathers, these side pulls are a favourite training aid for youngsters who are not yet so far advanced. Educate yourself about the basics of stopping and side-to-side turns, as well as the use for horse backrides, if you don't want to put your equipment in the horse's mouth. Learn to ride regularly. Training Fork and Training Martin are essential for finding the right headset.
These allow sideways movements and reduce pressures if the horse maintains the correct posture of the human skull. You have the perfect body mass and equilibrium to eliminate excessive momentum that can be interpreted incorrectly by the horse. Utilize tracking equipment, such as training harnesses, to train young unexperienced riders in the basics and get them used to back and teeth pressures before inserting a pad.
Lungeing equipment is an important part of training and a way to keep fit. Warming up a horse before an exhibition and as part of rehabilitation after being inactive. Special equipment consists of Arabic stapling and training harnesses.