About

This is going to be a web site dedicated to educating people about horses.   A fantastic place for beginning horsemen and veterans looking for a different point of view on horsemanship.  Eventually this site will include about anything you want to know about horses from basic care to tips on training your horse.  I will constantly be adding new info and will cover almost every subject about horses.  I will have many typed articles on here, along with countless short videos.  If there is any subject that I have skipped or haven’t gotten to yet, please feel free to write in and let me know what you want me to cover.  All ideas are welcome.

I’m not a professional, but I have ridden and trained horses most of my life.  And as I go along I want you to remember that I’m presenting one way to do a certain thing and there are numerous ways to get the same result.  Like people every horse is different, and what works with one might not work with another.

The pictures on this page are of my daughter and our horse Zan Pat Two (Dollar) at a local 4-H show.   You will probably be seeing them often.  Dollar is a horse I purchased as a yearling.  I’ve done all the training on him.  He’s a horse that just about anyone can ride.

Thank for visiting my site,

Anna

5 thoughts on “About

  1. I am having problems with my registration. Can’t seem to remember password. Is there any way that you can help? Thanks in advance, Sharon

  2. very fortunate for me to find your website
    hope to get useful info on the horse.
    recently i lost one horse due to tetanus, here in korea we don’t have tetanus vaccine, which is really unbelievable.
    they say very very few horse dies from it , that ‘s why they don’t have it
    any help on that ?
    thanks

    • Thanks for your comment. I am very sorry you lost your horse. Here in the U.S. we do vaccinate our horses for tetanus every year. I’m not sure if it is possible for you get get the vaccination from another country, but if you get another horse I would definitely look into getting that vaccine. Tetanus can cause other problems in horses other than just death. If a horse contracts this virus, they can end up getting “lock jaw” which can make it difficult for them to eat. This is a great topic, I will have to do a write up on it. Thanks.

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