Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Clarksville, TN
• Horses: 0
You allready started very nice...
Get the mask out, and open and close the velcro at his back at his face on his chest, to see if he can stand the sound.
In general, I just put my masks on, never really6 had a problem even with skiddisch horses.
Though I do it after a little excersize if I have a skiddish one, pat him and then slowly, calmy but not hestantly put it on.
So he does not get suspicious, and then it is most times ok, they usually figure out very fat that a mask is something nice...
Works the same with flyspray or a garnehose shower in the summer.
Watch him for a while and then you should be good.
"Der beste Reitlehrer ist unter dem Sattel" Max Walther