Great work ethic, Right is always willing to comply with anything asked of him. He just seems to be such a happy guy who enjoys attention and it makes him very happy to be in the first stall where everyone has to pay attention to him as they walk by. He is such a good boy, he will be suitable for a novice level rider working with an instructor. Right is suitable for flat/pleasure/ trail riding only. No jumping. Ready for adoption.
So how often to we supplement our horses to give them energy, to calm them down, to help with behaviors we deem as unwanted when really our horses just need REM sleep? This study is interesting...... Click and go to the article.
Most ride with saddles much to far forward and our girths are designed to aid in that probllem. I love this girth because 'The Shoulder Relief Girth' actually changes the position and angle of the billets to prevent the saddle from interfering with the shoulder. The center of the girth is set forward to sit in the horse’s natural girth groove. This also allowing you to put your saddle in the place best for the horse.
This is a friend's horse. Another wonderful example of how you want your horse to go while under saddle. Things in Modern Riding have gotten so distorted that most cannot see what is correct. Most and I do mean most trainers and riders work their horses in a way that damages them and cripples them. Correct work can make a lame horse sound. I speak of all of this on a blog I co author with Erica Frie http://www.writingofriding.com/ (photo by Erin Wood)