Why is my horse rearing?
Rearing occurs as a result of fear, confusion, pain, or disobedience. It’s your horse’s way of saying NO when he doesn’t have any other way to get out of what he feels is a bad spot.26 мая 2016 г.
Can napping in horses be cured?
The answer to stopping a horse napping is persistance, you are obviously riding him through it already, just keep doing what you are doing and he will soon stop trying.
Can a rearing horse be cured?
The best way to cure a horse that is unnecessarily afraid is to yield his hindquarters. When a horse crosses his back legs over one another, it takes away his balance point. Once his balance point is taken away, the horse can’t stand on his hind legs and rear.
Will a tie down keep a horse from rearing?
Tie downs are useful in postponing going from popping up the head to flipping over. They certainly do not relieve the frustration that cause the behavior. But when that critical moment occurs, there won’t be much rearing.