Autumn is finally here. For many this season is filled with rain and temperature drops, for others it is the reopening of the beaches once again.
The purchase of a driving horse can be tricky as it will be ridden as well as used to draw a carriage, work at the three paces and must therefore be docile.
In a moment of excitement, in a rush and sometimes under the pressure of someone else, the fact of buying a horse can be a stressful and negative experience.
After years of owning a horse in a riding stable, you decide to keep your horses at home. Space, shelter, equipment, food, water, are available ... However, have you really thought of everything?
An "All-Rounder" is a horse capable of doing several disciplines, versatile, flexible and open-minded, compliant, curious, who is not afraid of anything and is not reluctant to work...
Most riders, whether they are equine owners or not, end up having a large collection of equipment over the years. Some unique pieces, but also many duplicates in other respects ...
Do you own one or more of the horses that you ride? Do you have competition goals, or do you simply want to ride regularly, with a logical approach in terms of work?
The genetic inheritance of a broodmare determines more than 60% of the qualities of his foal. Even fertile, a stallion is not the absolute guarantee of a successful breeding.