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I' ve got a new horse! I' ll never forgive the first few month of ownership of my own horse. Although we've worked, rode and been together with a horse for over two decades...we've still been able to do veterinarian accounts, drop down and get some precious lesson on how to prepare.
But it was rewarding.... because over the years I could study enough to fill this website with all kinds of useful (and sometimes not useful) information. So, for the new horse owner out there, here's a collection of things you need to collect before you take your new horse home.
Where' ll your horse be? The search for a new home for your horse goes together with the search for the right coach and/or stable executive. I' ve been told that it can take a month or even a year to really get the feeling that you know your horse. To have a good staff to help you get to know your horse's customs, likes and dislikes will help you a lot - especially if you can't stay 12 hrs a night in the stable.
Still loving to listen to stories from the barnyard Peeps that tell me "Migs did this... or did this...". Create an bankroll and find out who you can call after work, what your paying policy is, etc., before you need the vet. It may also be possible to have the recordings of your new horse transmitted by its former owners.
Who' s the blacksmith of your new horse? Murphy's new horse class #1 - Murphy's laws apply to everything - even taking off boots put on the morning before pickup. Buying maintenance products is probably my favourite activity! Latest dosages of medication/support medication - many equine people get joints or joints injection or periodic injection of joints medication - when is your horse due again?
When Mr. Fancy Pants is your new show horse, it's your turn to begin your show organization's registrations (or move). It'?s his dietary habits. There is a good chance that his new stable and his former stable will not be feeding exactly according to the same timetable or with exactly the same forage.
The knowledge of the old routines can help you to switch to the new ones. You' ll find that the new stable is ready to make a seamless passage for him! Exercising him and the resulting routines. A lot of a horse has a habit, some seem to know exactly how late it is and how many moments you are early or later!
Others are more adaptive, perhaps because they are living on the street from show to show. One way or another, a general impression of your horse's characteristic daily life will help him to feel at ease in his new environment and newcomers. Essential care products. Must-have for every horse lover! Begin building the new horse rug line by simply buying what he needs now or in a few short months.
Raincloth, lightweight cover, middle cover, heavier cover (depending on equatorial distance) for autumn and winters. Jack - saddles and bridles and all that shit! Luckily, if you're going to include some of his equipment in the sale, you're well on your way to letting him feel good (hopefully) because this gear should suit him!
You are encouraged to find an independant saddler to help you find the right new or used horse for you. A lot of saddlers work with all makes and models. Padded seat. I am from the hypothesis that seat cushions are just as difficult to assemble as saddles are - so you may have to buy a few different looks until you get the right one.
Also you may find that your favourite pelmet lilac glittering pelmet does not work with your new seat, so here is an occasion to find a different look and colour that works. To learn more about seat cushions, this item is for you. There'?s no horse, no legs. All you have to do is see a horse slide its whole lower thigh from the side of a platform before you are sure that transport safety is required.