The process of learning how to ride a horse is a life long process but this article will help you to learn the essential of this much needed homesteading skill. Horses can be a great asset to working any homestead as a way to cover large distances quickly, rounding up other farm animals or even as a way to pull a wagon. Learning how to ride a horse is not as easy as some people may think, it takes time and a good teacher.
My advice bring a carrot or apple for the horse when learning so the horse may forgive your good nature mistakes.
Click here to learn the essential basics of how to ride a horse:
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