06-03-2013, 03:26 AM
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The horse should be solidly built, clean, and well presented in a well fitted halter and appropriate lead. The handler should be neatly groomed and in appropriate attire.
The horse must show complete obedience and attention to the handler. It should walk at the shoulder on a loose shank needing to be neirher hauled or pulled. He should stop, back, and turn on the hind and fore on a loose shank. He should me mannerly with no biting, nudging, pulling, or other disrespectful contact with the handler. He should stand puietly and appropriatelt for his breed(stock-square, gaited- parked).
When being judged the handler should never be between the horse and the judge. The handler should keep ques to a minimum and look alert and happy.
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