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Re: goofy question..

I'm sure mud is good conditioning if you don't hurt them or leave their
shoes behind, it sure is hard work. The one and only time (so far, haha!)
that my driving horse has run away I happened to be alongside a freshly
plowed wheat field. I was able to turn him into it and about halfway across
he decided that hang glider wasn't all that scary and maybe he didn't have
to gallop away from it!
Nancy Wombacher
-----Original Message-----
From: robert and carla lawson <>
To: <>
Date: Wednesday, February 23, 2000 10:34 PM
Subject: RC: goofy question..
You wrote:
>>sniped for brevity for those receiving the digest!<<<
We used to train horses by riding in a plowed field. I
>also was instructed to ride in plowed fields to help my TWH mare to pick
>feet up.
>I am curious if anyone has any input as seeing this as more of a stress
>training or exercise tool.

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