When trying to help your horse attain self-carriage and suppleness, it is important to give them the proper tools needed to succeed. APHA Professional Horseman Blake Carney shared two of his top exercises for achieving softness through your horse’s neck.
Learn more tips from Blake Carney—and how you can teach them yourself—inside the September/October 2020 Paint Horse Journal. Not a subscriber? Take a peek online (and get this story for FREE) via the digital Inside Look preview.
In this month’s Inside Look, you’ll find…
- One FREE article to learn more about keeping your horse soft and supple
- APHA Executive Director Billy Smith’s Fresh Paint column about COVID-19’s effect on this year’s World Show
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Then, pick up your print copy of the Journal to find…
- Major points of care your foal should get in his first year of life.
- Profile on Boncita Ranch and how they are putting their mark on the Paint breeding market
- An in-depth look at how the new AjPHA president plans to bring new Youth members into the association
- Helpful tips to prepare your property to care for your horse at home
- Ways to handle the stress and pressure of showing
- The 2020 APHA World Show Program
- And so much more! Purchase, renew or extend your Journal subscription today!
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