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Horse training tips from an old-time cowboy.

We should all ditch the discipline snobbery! To each their own. And besides, before you can teach the skill set your horse needs for a certain discipline, we all need them to have certain basics. These basics don't change depending on the saddle.

Want your horse to come running at the sound of your voice? Learn this easy method.

Horses come in all kinds of personalities. Some horses (and mules) are simply stubborn or lazy, refusing to go forward (sometimes in the face of significant persuasion). How do you deal with this?

Here are a few cute and easy tricks to train your horse to do!

Learn basic training from foal to three year old, including haltering, tying, leading, saddling, biting, and ground work. This is just an overview of the very basics a foal needs to know.

How are spurs used? What are the different types? Are they always a tool of abuse?

How many different kinds of horse whip are there? The answer is . quite a few, all of them designed for different disciplines and purposes.

A martingale is a training aid designed to prevent a horse from throwing its head up so high it becomes dangerous. What different kinds of martingale are there, and when should they be used? Read on to find out.

Where is the line between appropriate discipline of a horse and abuse? Some thoughts on the matter.

Gentle breaking a horse for riding is an art. If you take the time to train your horse with love and care, you will have a loving companion for life.


Horse Training Gear & Training Exp

Horse Training Gear & Training Exp

The Training Life Skill improves the speed at which horses master the skills they know. It also increases mount exp by a small amount. Training boosts the amount you obtain from selling at the Horse Market and it unlocks daily quests at Stonetail Ranch with Professional 1 and Master 1 Training, rewarding T9 materials.

  1. Trainer's Clothes - +10% Training EXP, +15% Mount EXP, +15% Taming Success, and +15% Mount Skill EXP. Can be made into a costume with Equipment Tailoring Coupon (reward for Achievement: You became [Professional Trainer]! and can be purchased at Luxury Vendor.)
  2. Silver Embroidered Trainer's Clothes - 5/10/15/20/25/40% Mount EXP (0 to +5)
  3. Fine Horse Trainer's Clothes - 7/13/19/25/31/40% Mount EXP (0 to +5) Obtained via Exchanging Shiny Golden Seal - [Imperial Delivery]
  4. Training Elixir - 8 or 10% Mount EXP
  5. Time Elixirs - 8 or 10% Life EXP
  6. Whale Meat Salad - 10% Life EXP for 75 minutes
  7. Seafood Cron Meal give 10% life exp and last for 2 hours
  8. Fresh Whale Meat Salad - 15% Life EXP for 90 minutes
  9. GM blessings buff Life EXP
  10. Loyalty Life Exp Scroll +10% Life Exp for 1 hour
  11. Pearl Shop Items
  12. Venia Riding Attire +20% Mount EXP
  13. Value pack +10% Life and Mount EXP
  14. PETS: Choppy, Hedgehog, Penguin, Marmot, Shadow Wolf, Little Lamb, and cat pets +1% Life Exp per Tier (up to +20% for 5 pets) and has a chance to learn a Training EXP buff (up to +25% for 5 pets)
  15. Extra Mount EXP Scroll +20% Mount Exp for 1 hour (40 Pearls)
  16. Extra Life EXP Scroll +10% Life Exp for 1 hour (50 Pearls)

You can cook Carrot Confits , which restore 12,500 stamina and 5,500 HP instantly with a 5 minute cool down.


Getting Started

Before you introduce your dog and horse and start teaching appropriate behavior around horses, you should be aware of the temperament of both the horse and the dog, and whether either of them has been exposed to the other species before. If you have an excitable dog and your horse has never seen a dog before, you might want to introduce the horse to a calm dog first so the horse has a positive experience around dogs before introducing an excitable dog, and vice versa. If your dog is calm, but the horse not so much, get your dog used to quiet horses that accept his presence before introducing him to a more high-spirited equine friend. Your dog should know basic obedience commands and have good on and off leash control prior to exposing him to a horse or horses. A leash, to control your dog, and a round pen or corral with safe fencing such as rail, not barbed wire, is ideal for introducing your dog to how to behave around horses.

The Slow Introduction Method

The Off Leash Control Method

The Model Behavior Method

Written by Laurie Haggart

Published: 10/11/2017, edited: 01/08/2021

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How to Catch a Hard-to-Catch Horse

Not being able to catch your horse is really frustrating. Chasing your horse down or tricking it before you start each ride is not a positive way to begin your time together.

It’s worth spending a little time teaching your horse to be safely caught. There may be a time when you absolutely must catch your horse—such as for visits from farriers and vets, or even something extreme, like an evacuation order.


How to Pet a Wild Horse

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Horses are beautiful animals that can be wonderful helpers and companions. However, most people only interact with domesticated horses. Wild horses, on the other hand, are feral horses that are not used to people. In order to pet one safely, you should look for one that is being domesticated and it should be done under the supervision of a horse training professional. Even when petting a wild horse that is being domesticated, you will need to use a lot of caution so you don't get kicked or bitten.

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Tip: Most wild horse sanctuaries welcome visitors because that is how they raise funds for their operations. However, they will not let you pay money to actually pet their horses.


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