Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Queensland, Australia.
Making sure that your horse isn't over worked - not jumped too many times a week. Is de-wormed and kept up to date with vaccinations. Always seeing the farrier, dentist, ciro at the correct times and that they have fresh water supplies, correct diet and nothing unsafe (wire, weeds, etc. ) in their paddocks.
Grooming your horse regularly isn't just to keep your horse looking nice but it is also really good for their overall help.
Also making sure that all your tack correctly fits and is placed correctly. Generally - your horse will be happy if he is healthy and kept out of harms way as best as possible. A while ago I wrote quiet a large document about taking care of your first horse, I can post it for you if you wish.
Sir Success. Eventer.
2000 - 2013,