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Many injuries can happen when you are handling a horse from the ground, ... and if you do, be sure to keep your hand on his rump when walking behind ... of these actions can result in severe injury to you should the horse become startled.

lancaster.unl.edu/4h/horse/LevelISkillsTestv2.pdf

This is a sensitive area to the touch and the horse can't see you clearly. b. Directly ... Walk beside the horse when leading, not ahead or behind. Suggested: A ...

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These numbers reflect the importance of safe horse handling at every level. ... Horses also see differently than humans do, and they can be easily spooked if .... Walking only a few feet behind the horse is unsafe because you will receive the ...

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Some trainers will tell you that in cases where you must walk behind a horse ... You can never know for certain that a horse won't develop an itch on its belly and  ...

extension.unh.edu/resources/files/Resource001263_Rep1625.pdf

and make sure the horse can't catch a foot in the halter strap. ... Make the horse walk beside you, not run ahead or lag behind, when leading. .... Circumstances involved in loading a horse will vary, but the following methods are given in.

extension.missouri.edu/p/G2878

These numbers reflect the importance of safe horse handling at every level. ... Horses also see differently than humans do, and they can be easily spooked if .... Walking only a few feet behind the horse is unsafe because you will receive the ...

www.wikihow.com/Lead-a-Horse

Mar 21, 2017 ... You will need a few tools to lead your horse: halter, lead rope, gloves, and ... With your right hand, slowly guide the halter's nosepiece over your horse's muzzle and the headstall over and behind his ears. Do not .... Do not walk in front of the horse when walking through the gate. .... Did you try these steps?

wheredoesmyhorsehurt.com/horse-problems-database/front-end/lameness

Lameness in horses can be divided into two categories: ... If your horse is more obviously lame at a trot, rather than the walk, then the cause of your .... By doing these Checkups, you will be able to focus in on your horse's problem area.

dressagetoday.com/instruction/lateralwalk_080207

Feb 1, 2013 ... Learn how to diagnose and treat a lateral walk by establishing a correct ... These are the things that can lead your horse toward his first lateral steps. .... and makes a face at you instead of complying, he is still behind the leg.

horseandrider.com/advice/safety_rules_kids_052908-20083

May 29, 2008 ... These basic horse-handling guidelines, designed to enhance safety in the saddle ... horses (they can inadvertently jostle or step on you, or even kick). ... To walk behind a horse, go either (1) close enough to brush against him ...