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Babette’s Cavesson

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Babette’s Cavesson

Babettes own development of a cavesson for lungeing.

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Basics about anatomy and biomechanics – Part 1: The horse’s back

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Basics about anatomy and biomechanics – Part 1: The horse’s back

If we want a horse to carry a rider without suffering physical damage, we have to teach him how to use his major back muscle.

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The horse suffering from load bearing burnout

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The horse suffering from load bearing burnout

Are you able to recognise the symptoms and do you know to do about it?

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“Pferdgerecht”: What is a fair and appropriate association with the horse?

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“Pferdgerecht”: What is a fair and appropriate association with the horse?

These four factors are a good basis for a fair and appropriate association with horses.

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If that’s the way it has to be, I’d rather quit riding and being around horses altogether…

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If that’s the way it has to be, I’d rather quit riding and being around horses altogether…

Fighting and force against horses can never be the right way.

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One should not be fainthearted…

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One should not be fainthearted…

Some thoughts about less comfortable themes.

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