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DON'T put your hose in your water bucket ... at home or at a show
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❗️Quick Tip: When you fill your horse's water buckets—especially if you are away from home—do not immerse the nozzle in the water. This is because hose nozzles can be a major culprit in the ...

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It's not too late! Breeding season is winding down but we just shipped to a lucky mare owner today! Send a PM if you'd like to book this year!

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3 months ago   ·  1

Yessssssssss Even us dressage queens have the ability to hold the reins with one hand and give them a well-deserved pat on the neck!

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Did you know?... When trailering one horse in North America, it is best to put the horse on the left side of the trailer; so that the weight of the horse is up on the crown of the road. The crown is t...

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CRK Training
Here's a helpful visual for the rising or posting trot!
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#TBT How to Ride the Posting Trot: A Skeletal View Posting trot is a gait many riders struggle to learn and struggle to do well. It may feel difficult to “stay with the movement” of the horse, or ...

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“Parents, let your daughters grow up to be horse girls, because they will learn quickly and repeatedly that life isn’t fair, that hard work is often trumped by Lady Luck, and that every defeat, no matter how terrible, is temporary. Let them dream big and kick on. Let them learn confidence, grace and grit. Let them build big muscles and strong backs.

Let your daughters grow up in the barn. Let them learn that buckets need filling and stalls need cleaning, even when it’s raining, even when it’s frozen, even when they have a different idea for how the day should go.

Teach them to drive trucks and trailers and ATVs. Teach them to change tires and wrap legs and give shots. And let them leave a spur mark, or a bit rub, or a bandage bow, and let them deal with the shame of causing pain to an animal they love.

Let them grow up with horses and with good horse people, because it will teach them to be humble, and to be resilient, and to be brave.”
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So so very true!

3 months ago

Aleksandra loves Oakwood and it was the best decision ever “to let her grow up in the barn”. ❤️

2 months ago

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Very well said Nicki!!

3 months ago

Wells said. Great life to grow up in.

3 months ago

Nailed it!

3 months ago

Sounds like some good lessons!

3 months ago

Grace Bosse

3 months ago

Tracy Sanderson

3 months ago

So very true. Brandi Whorrall is a good example and she is doing the same with Bella.

3 months ago

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Looking good Sophia Mahler

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Nexavar offspring are making us very proud!! If you've considered breeding to him, THIS is the year! Many of you may not know, but he suffered a career ending injury at the NBHA World show this fa...

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