Here is a short clip on the proper way to wrap your horses legs with polo wraps. I think that it is an important thing to know, and is cheap insurance, there is no need to risk the saftey of you or your horse when polo wraps are an inexpensive investment. A set of 4 polo wraps will cost around $15, a small price to pay when compared to the time and money lost while treating a leg injury. Wrapping your horse will help to prevent injuries caused by their front legs banging together while spinning, as well as keep them from getting friction burns while stopping.
2005 Sorrel Mare by Snackbox (NCHA World Champion Cutting with earning of $188,516) out of producing daughter of Poco San Lena (NRCHA producing mare, 1st colt by Smart N Slick won over $20,000 NRCHA with BJ Avila) Cookie is a trained reiner that needs to be legged up, has been on cattle. Big stopper, great rollback, snappy spins and guides on a loose rein. Cookie has been hauled out a few times but has not been shown. Stands 13.3hh and weights 950lbs. pretty and stout. Feel free to call me with any questions. Price: $6,500.00
Here is a clip from my up coming training dvd called THE SECOND STEP. I break down the steps to teach your horse how to spin, stop, change leads etc. into their most simple steps. Made easy so that everyone, no matter what their skill level will be able to understand.
Well I'm going to try and push KPH (Kutie Performance Horses) into the social media market with my limited computer abilities. If anyone has suggestions or ideas for this site pertaining to horse training please feel free to let me know. I'm really wanting to focus on improving rider skills as well as show that training your horse is not really rocket science.