Here’s another old article that was written by my husband that I thought might be interesting to the readers of BooneyLiving.com. It gives some helpful tips on how you can work with your horse, mule, or donkey even if you don’t have a round pen.
I received an interesting email from a friend today who recently purchased a horse from me. I live in the mountains and I’m lucky enough to have access to thousands of acres to ride my horses and mules on. They are accustomed to the typical sounds, sights, and smells that a horse might encounter in the forest. Things like coyotes howling at the moon, owls hooting, wind blowing through the trees, wild horses calling to them from the tree line, birds chirping, deer jumping out of the bushes, and a number of other “nature” sounds, sights, and smells are all quite normal to them.
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