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PBRC Barn Tour

1. Safety rules at the barn

2. Intro to equipment

3. Preparation for a riding (e.g., learning the blind spots of horses)


4. Grooming horses according to following steps:

a. Curry Comb
Use a curry comb to massage and remove loose hair on the horse. Dress down the horse by gently drawing small circles with the comb. Remember to clean the comb once in a while.

b. Dandy Brush
To get rid of dried mud and dirt, use a dandy brush to dress down the horse from its neck. Pay attention to where the saddle set and the area where rider’s boots scrub. Gently scrub at sensitive areas of the horse.

c. Body Brush
To remove the dirt and dander and promote a healthy and shiny coat on the horse, use body brush. You begin at horse’s neck and draw circles. Comb in the direction of the horse’s hair, from head to tail.

d. Face Brush
Unleash the horse collar and tighten up the leash on horse’s neck. With one hand holding the head of the horse, use the other hand to give a gentle comb of horse’s head and ears. Be careful with the area around horse’s eyes. Remove mud with your hand. Put the horse collar on when you are done.

e. Picking Out Horse Hooves
Clean away the dirt outside the hooves. Use hoof-pick and start from the back to the front to get rid of dirt, sand, sticks and small stones on the hooves.

5. Horseback riding

To mount and dismount a horse; the correct riding posture; to direct movement, stop or make a turn.

6. Photo session for the wonderful memory

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PBRC Barn Tour

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