Horse riding is more and more popular with each day, it can provide you with a sensational feeling of connection with nature and animals. In these conditions of great technological progress and people’s connection to their houses and computers, a big number of individuals felt the need to get out there and reconnect with nature.
The best way for you to do this is to go horse riding, however doing this is not at all easy – first of all, you will have to learn everything there is about horses, their body parts, how to saddle them and master the moves necessary for horse riding. Above all else you will need to love your horse and your horse riding partner immensely. Whether you possess your own horse as a pet, or you rent your partner when you get to the horse stables, you will have to treat him right. When you are deciding on where you should go to learn to ride horses or simply to enjoy their company and watch others riding them, you have to choose the best equestrian center. If you want to experience the perfect atmosphere and have the best impression of horse riding, Salvanistud Horse Riding and Care can offer you some advice.
1.Choose the right Equestrian center. Equestrian centers based in a park or natural habitat like mountains and villages where there is no traffic jams or places crowded with people are probably the best choice. The best equestrian centers are usually equipped with a big number of stables and barns, uncovered rings and rings for beginners, the mountain based centers are usually equipped with room for horse riding guests, bathrooms and bathhouses as well as picnic areas that can you make your staying in an equestrian center unforgettable.
2.If you are a horse lover, the first thing you need to know about them is how to take care of them. Grooming and feeding them after every ride will make you their best friend, and you will be welcomed to ride your stallion whenever you return to the stables. Grooming a horse is not an easy thing at all, however, there are several different tools and they all are used for one purpose of grooming. Currycomb, Dandy brush, body brush, hoof pick with brush and the last but not the least important – a towel or a polishing cloth, are all the tools used for grooming and in that exact order.
Grooming should start from a top of a horse’s neck and towards his tail. Also while grooming, be sure to be gentle, especially around your horse’s legs since they are pretty sensible animals when it comes to their legs. Feeding horses also is not a job for anyone, and you have to pick carefully a kind of food you will give to your horse. There are several thing you can feed your horse with and that are grains, hay and water, nothing else.
The amount of grains given to him has to be in accordance with his physical activity and it cannot be larger than 10 pounds of grains a day.