Owning and operating a stable is a lot of work. It is great to have an item that makes your life a little bit easier and efficient. A small stable owner or a owner of multiple horses would benefit greatly by having a tractor. Yes, a tractor can be costly but it’s a great investment. You can write a tractor off when you do your business taxes for your stable. If you are patient and if you shop around you can usually get a good deal. Whenever I buy a larger item I look at used
In situations where a horse is stressed from what they perceive as threatening, the horse will either go into fight or flight mode. As a prey animal, it is a horses first response to take flight and run away from danger or perceived danger. In flight mode, a horse will only stop after putting distance between itself and the perceived threat, turn around and check whether the danger was real. In a herd, even if only one horse perceived the threat, the whole herd will take-off
Although “winging it“ can work sometimes and it can be surprising how resilient we can be. Consistent practice will boost confidence.
The more you do something, the better you get. When you get better, you become more confident. The key is to be consistent with practice and to keep pushing yourself out of your comfort zone, so you continue to grow and develop. Confidence through practice, consistency and growth applies to both humans and horses. For someone who hates publ