Handling Your Horse’s Feet

For the safety of your farrier, veterinarian, yourself, and anyone else handling your horse, you need to be able to handle all four of his feet and legs.

Brad Barkemeyer explains how he works with a horse in the round pen to get his horses accustomed to having their feet and legs handled. Learn proper body positioning and how to handle your horse’s feet in different environments so that you don’t startle your horse and remain safe.

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