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Playing with your own breed horse: 11 paces (with pictures)
To know how to take good care of a Breyer chestnutback. Good grooming of the horses after purchasing and during the game ensures a long service life. Learn how to take good grooming of a Breyer from the very beginning. If you plan to own two or more Breyer horses, think ahead and construct a shed with three stables.
When you plan to have only one breyer, construct two stables. Place thick wood shavings or torn pieces of parchment or hay on the ground of your horse's stable if your caretaker is comfortable with it. The bed linen provides your stallion with a comfortable yet tidy room to sit on at nights.
Wash your horse's stable every day. There is no need to remove all the litter or stalk every day, but you need to take in your horse's dung and urinate in his stable to make sure he feels good and doesn't get ill. Make your breaker pony look like a genuine pony to play with.
Act as if your stallion comes out of his posture when he is walking, bouncing, jumping, lying down or up there. Act like he can move his feet and need proper grooming. As soon as you agree, the rest of the process is about getting the horses to play as if they were genuine.
Feeding your Bryer twice a days. According to the height, old age and life of your brewer, you must give your horses at least one cereal a daily diet. Making fake seeds for the horses. It is also possible to use a feeding system for pellets. Be sure your Bryer has hey when you eat its cereal.
Helping the equine animal better tolerate its diet. Make sure your stallion always has good contact with the sea. You should use hot pails for your Bryer horses during the colder winters so that the bottled running hot showers do not freez. Maintain your breyer horses every morning or at least every two days.
Begin with a harrow, then with a hairbrush, then with a face paintbrush on his face, then choose his hoofs and if necessary, put on a fake "Hooflex", a fluid that will help your horse's hoofs look more beautiful and make them strong. It'?s almost like a coat and cover for your horse's hoof.
Use only small toy accessories and do not scratch or bury into the brush, otherwise you are likely to trace the film. When it is very warm or your saddle has finished your ride, you may need to chill it by carefully sprinkling the saddle with a (fake) tube.
Ensure that your stallion is restrained or you have someone to hold his hand while you are washing him. Keeping the horses warmed. You have to cover your horses in wintry weather, when it is snowing, so that they do not get too chilly. Cover all your horses when it's 35 or lower.
In this way your horses stay hot and do not catch a chill. When you have a Breyer saddle stallion, you will need a large format old cloth rug or a tissue paper. When you have a classical, you need a middle-sized ceiling made of the same parts.
When you have a little pony like a stable mate, make a smaller rug. Felt can be used to turn your horses into a cosy, comfortable rug. Make sure that the ceiling does not drop or is a cause of the stumble of the horse. Stay the horses away from insects. When going out in grazing in summers, your horses will need to wear flea sprays and a flea shield to keep disturbing fleas away from your horses.
Attempt to buy a flying hood from a Breyer shop because home made ones usually don't end as intended. Feel free to make your own flying masks, but keep in mind that a flying one has no eyes and is made of a net, not felt or fabric. Ensure that your stallion can see through the flying hood without having eyes pierced.
Ensure that the mask sits well and does not sting your horse's eye. Go get a horseman for the steed. You got a passenger for your breaker, that's great. When you have a horseman, make sure you have a snaffle that matches your break. She can' go riding without her bridles.
Let the horseman take the stallion at least 20 min a riding time. Otherwise, you can still make sure that your horses get enough movement. You might be trying to blow up your Broyer chestnuthor. We recommend that you have reversible and padded saddles and additional brackets, but if you don't have a seat or so, just go without a seat.
If you do not spend at least 15 min aday on a horse ride, you should accommodate your own stable to use your horse's power. When you have a Gelding, you can keep it with any of your horses, whether it is a broodmare, a colt, a foal or another Wallach. Game a lot with your horses from Bryce.
Put together your own storylines for the things the horses set out to do, such as attending riding demonstrations, fleeing the pastures, dropping into the horse's heart, fearing the horseman, getting ill and feeling well, and so on. Is it possible to put a breaker in any spring and fix it?
I' ve got a classic old horsed. Well, you could try gluing the holes to keep the irrigation out. Buy a hairdryer (also people work) and wash your horses with it. What can I do to make saddles for brewer? What can I do with just one of those horses and nothing else?
Make your own accessories, and if you're feeling like adventure, go out with the horses and take photos and actions. Could I have Breyer pinned? May I put my stallion in swimming pool soak? That you can, but they have little small punctures in the corner of their mouth so they can absorb it.
Would it be okay to put Breyer horses and Breyer hounds in the pool together? However, observe them to ensure that the horses do not squash the hounds and the hounds do not scare the horses. Feeding the horses every single night. Be sure to let your steed go to bed. Horses need some peace and quiet.
Ensure that no rains or snows can enter your horse's stable. Watch out for toxic crops and foods so your horses don't get ill. If there is something amiss with your breast, call a dummy or a soft toy veterinarian. When the storm hits, hire your horses. Don't keep your horses in the pastures at nights.