In the process of sports work with a horse of any specialization, conflict situations arise periodically, which must be resolved with the greatest efficiency and least loss. In order to fully reveal the potential of a competitive horse, and often to correct weaknesses (there is no ideal competitive horse by nature), sufficient work experience, a good “instinct” of a specialist and, of course, competent training are necessary.
In almost all equestrian sports, horses have to perform unnatural movements. The show jumping in its modern design certainly can not be attributed to the natural and natural manifestations of motor activity of the horse. Not one, even the most gifted in the hopping sense of a wild horse, dreamed of such jumping capabilities that even a middle-class competitive fighter demonstrates. Continue reading