Horses have a protective mechanism that kicks in when they are being exercised to a point where they can cause themselves damage. This is why your horse will start to drop behind the leg, not clear fences properly and has an increase in breathing rate. You can feel it and wonder why.
Millions of people around the world, especially in developing countries, rely on and earn their livelihood through working animals. The Brooke animal welfare organization The Brook is a charity that works to improve the living conditions of working horses, donkeys and … Read more