It's amazing how the horse find the most inventive ways to injure themselves. Ideal protection or with a solid wooden fence around the field, they still find a way to self-injure. Even the safest places that no pieces of wire and horseshoe nails around, you will find that they have managed to easily hurt. The best way to prevent their damage to the wooden fence installed around the house. Well this is just one way, but there are many other ways that you can provide protection for horses. For example, a sudden rainstorm can be quite a big risk to your horse.
You might be brave enough to drive through a dangerous time, but it is very unlikely that your horse is like being outside in that kind of time. It may find it too scary. At times when your horse in the shelter when it started to rain leading, it will panic and get scared. So it is better to move your horse in the stable in a storm or heavy rain is expected. This way you can avoid any accidents for an animal that is too willing to hurt. Here are some tips to help you take control of this situation:
• When driving in a heavy downpour, make sure you immediately stop your horse. Also continue to trust and let your fear of horse sense. If he knows you're scared and you get too nervous. While you're waiting for the rain to stop, it is best not to tie up the horses. In this situation, the horse gets scared and when it is bound to try it, it can not hurt yourself really bad.
• In the case of horses, it has the ears to tell you what it is thinking. If they just turned to the back, while driving this is a clear indication that the animals are calm and trusts you to lead them to safety. If your ears raised to the front, it appears that out of curiosity. This means that something bothers them. And if you find the perfect ears beaten then certainly there is something wrong. In this case, be prepared to get a bolt.
• Pay attention to your horse's ears to determine when it is quiet or not. If it does not work, and then try to calm him. If you find her pretty relaxed when you walk with him. In bad weather your pace should be slow. Avoid walking in front of the horse while leading them, instead of moving somewhere.
• After reaching home, first try your horse dry. If the animal is cold it is best to set a blanket. Remove his tack and light when wet. Also remove your wet pad and not put them on until it dries.
• Do not forget to reward your horse with a carrot after you complete your journey.