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Bridled Passion Farm

CALL Mary Claeys 817-205-9268

email MaryClaeys@cdibb.com

1908 fm 3048 Cleburne, Texas 76031

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Zarís tricks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20-ySMHhcRw
 

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So I like to use trick training as a change of pace from our normal schooling as well as lots of field work. This keep the horse fresh in his daily schooling.

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Haute Ecole (High School)

 

A good trainer can teach a horse almost anything with a lot of patience, understanding and not over tricking a horse out. Over tricking a horse (working too long on tricks alone) can make them anxious and nervous! You first have to have a good solid foundation and build from there.

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Horse like to please us and make us happy as long as we respect them and their needs. After all nobody wants to be bored, and we all like to show off!

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