How to Break a Horse?


There are many different methods used to break a horse, some are considered better than others. Horse breaking involves working the horse on the ground in a pen using things such as a surcingle, whip, cavesson and side reins amongst other things. This method of breaking a horse is considered one of the best, despite the extra time and patience it requires.
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How to Break a Horse
When breaking a horse, start by getting them used to the things that will be used on them when the saddling process begins. Break a horse by desensitizing them to touches and jumping with tips from an equestrian coach in this free video on horse care.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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Breaking a horse is not easy but very rewarding to see your accomplishment. It is a time consuming job but worth the wait. I have listed a link that will help you step by step. For more information look here: www.ehow.com;
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The question is intricate. There is breaking and training. You can buck 'em out, dominate them, you can throw them down, train it tack less.
1. Place a well fitted rope halter on the horse's head, attach a lead rope and lead the horse into the round pen. If the horse attempts to charge ahead, calmly stop and ask the horse
It's training a horse to accept the hobbles without freaking out. It's really just desensitization.
Respect my space, Give to Pressure, Lunging, Voice Command, Desensitization.
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