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Horse care
« on: January 16, 2014, 06:14:00 PM »
A good alternate form of transport, as long as you take care of them. This series starts at the very basic beginning, and will slowly lead up to training, riding, and packing. I decided to do it this way because, if you don't learn the basics first, (hoof care,feeding, and a little safety) then you"ll be in for a rough education along the way.

Just a small note. Along the way it might LOOK like I'm being rough to them, but remember, they're 700-1000 lbs of muscle. I'm only 220 lbs. I will be the boss or I will be dead.

That being said, enjoy.

First up, basic tools for horse care

Next in you journey
Brushing and a few safety tips

Cleaning the hoof and using the hoofknife and pick

Trimming the hoof

Rasping the hoof
« Last Edit: January 18, 2014, 04:17:50 PM by Nobshere »
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