4 fun things

When I talk to people in our global HorseClass community, I love to ask, “what is one of the most special moments you have had with a horse?”

Many times, the responses I get are not stories about riding, they are memories of quiet moments together in the field, or early mornings listening to horses munching hay, or hearing a nicker when they step into the barn.

Our relationships with our horses go so much deeper than just time spent riding.

Today, I want to share 4 Fun Things To Do with Your Horse – no riding required!

Whether you want to build a better connection, would love ideas for when you want to see your horse but don’t have time to ride, or just want more ways to enjoy your time together…

Hit play below to learn these simple activities to be a better friend to your horse.

See you in the comments, 

Callie

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  1. Hi! Similar to just going for a walk, I like to go for a jog with my horse as part of our preride warmup in the arena. warms me up quickly, too!

  2. Sometimes I sit on a stool in the sunny paddock and my horse stands by me. Sometimes he asks for me to touch a part of him, his eyes close, head low. Wonderful just being together.

  3. my 1st horse was a brat,he taught me a lot . always nickered to me.
    I had him for 30 years we loved doing barrells. my current horse is much biger and scared if a lot. since I had a stroke in Nov I will need to do a lot of ground work. It will take a while for me to get my strength back. I did a lot of give to the bit work. Not sure how I should be working with him now.

  4. Unfortunately where I live everything is ice right now so not safe to walk in the pastures or take my horse for a walk. It’s too cold to hang out outside with them except for a bit while feeding them. My two horses know “touch” already which is targeting. Hopefully in the spring I can try some walking.

  5. I enjoy taking my mare for walks in the pasture and around the pond we just dug out. Since she was fearful of water crossings on trail rides I was able to use the new pond as a safe, controlled way to get her used to crossing water. I also enjoy just hanging out with her and our 3 donkeys in their pasture.

  6. Thank you a lot for this great video. We enjoy all the four activities you mentioned. Probably my horse loves best the itching game, and I am ever so fond of teaching him tricks. I just have to watch out not to teach him too much mischief.

    Some time ago I couldn’t stop laughing, when suddenly my little gelding started doing the Spanish walk to show off in front of a big stallion, who lives in the place, too. I had trained my horse to do it and he found a great opportunity to show, what he had learned.

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