Why is it that highly trained horses in all aspects of equine activity injure themselves or their riders? ...
Why is it that highly trained horses in all aspects of equine activity injure themselves or their riders? Why is it that you hear so many stories that begin with the horse spooked at, "fill in the blank here", and ends with the injuries to horse and/or rider.
The OPM Horse, or "Other Peoples Mistake" video series is dedicated to helping you round out your horse, to prevent that injuries that can put you or your horse in the hospital, or kill one or both of you. Want your horse to handle things that few other horses do, regardless of your horses age, sex, breeding, or specialty. Want to build a relationship where your horse will not only trust you implicitly, but actually look to you for leadership.
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Merens Pony, see Ariegeois pony
Miniature horse, see horse section
New Forest Pony
Ob pony also called Priob pony
Pony of the Americas
Riding Pony, see "types of
Sable Island Pony
Sardinian Pony, see Sardinian horse
Skogsruss, see Gotland Pony
Spiti Pony, see Indian Country Bred
Sumba and Sumbawa Pony
Virginia highlander, see horse section
Welsh mountain pony (Section A), see
Welsh pony (Section B), see Welsh Pony
Welsh pony of cob type (Section C),
see Welsh Pony
Yakut Pony, see Yakutian horse
Yonaguni, see horse section
Žemaitukas, also known as Zemaituka,
Zhumd, Zhemaichu, or Zhmudka