Amino acids are biological building blocks that link together inside your horse’s body to create proteins. Those proteins form everything from muscle and organ tissue to enzymes, hormones, and antibodies. Amino acids are particularly helpful in cellular regeneration of muscle in performance horses.
When you send your young horse off for training it can be challenging to understand how long he needs to be there. Is it 30 days, 60 days, or 90 days? Jacob Barry breaks down the basics of colt starting and what to expect within these timeframes so you can make the best training decision for you and your horse.
It doesn’t matter if you compete or prefer spending time with your horse on a ranch or trail, you need to be able to steer him with your hands and feet. Being able to subtly guide your horse in the show pen will also help you mark higher scores, and it can help you stay safe when you’re doing a difficult manuever, like circling a cow, where you need to be able to quickly steer your horse.