How to Build a Horse Walker?

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To build a horse walker all you need to do is build a circular fence for the horse to walk around (exercise), a sturdy metal pole to place in the ground and a strong rope to attach from the horse to the pole. This is a great way to get to know your horse and train it.
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How to Make a Horse Walker
Horse walkers, or hot walkers, are often used as time savers for exercising horses or cooling down following a workout. Walkers are also sometimes used to rehabilitate injured horses. Purchasing new or used horse walkers is easy, but they are expensive.... More »
Difficulty: Challenging
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To build a horse walker, or horse exerciser, you will need to build a round fence with a very strong pole in the center. The horse is attached via a line of rope to the center pole and exercised in a circle.
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