Category Archives: Unmounted
Certificate Readiness Preparation Checklist So you are ready for your certificate. I know that you have all downloaded the test sheets and read them by now. If you have not, it would be better to do that late than never. Remember, … Continue reading
Parts of the Horse Knowing the parts of the horse (anatomy) is important for anyone who rides, owns, or cares for a horse. The ability to identify where an injury is located and tell the veterinarian over the phone can … Continue reading
Double Reins Double reins are used with specific bits and/or bridles. Bits typically requiring double reins are: kimberwick, pelham, elevator, and gag. The double bridle requires double reins, one for the snaffle (bridoon), and one for the curb. Riding with … Continue reading
February’s unmounted lesson focused on fencing covering some aspects of safe fencing and dangerous fencing. More detailed information is available under Fencing in the Curriculum for 2011.
Mike Frazier, serving South Eastern Idaho and South Western Wyoming spoke to PVPC Thursday, October 15.