You want to have a schedule for your horse’s feeding,so he or she doesn’t get over weight.Most schedules are to grain horse in morning(if have to)and then put them out in pastor for an hour or two,then bring them in brush’em,and then do training or riding(or what you had planed to do with your horse),then you can decide the rest of your schedule like you might want to clean tack.You can clean stall while it’s out in pastor or if someonelse is working your horse you can clean stalls while training is getting done…However you want to do it.
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This doesn’t work for every horse.
My horses are out in pasture 24/7 and get grain in the evenings.
They get worked when I have time, usually 2-3 times a week for 15-30 minutes on the ground and if we are riding it’s an hour.
It’s also a good thing to mix things up, otherwise horses can get attitude problems when it’s feeding time and they are stuck working when they should be eating.
"Take the time it takes, so that it takes less time."
"Expect a lot, accept a little, reward often."
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