Videos tagged with "getting"

Stephen Hunt Previews Punchestown [02:37]
Republic of Ireland and Wolves star Stephen Hunt looks ahead to Blue Square Bet's sponsorship of Punchestown on Sunday 9th December. Stephen discusses his experiences of horse racing and getting a hot tip from Ruby Walsh having bumped into him at an airport!

tomahawk [03:31]
This is Red River Rocket aka: "Tomahawk". I ride him in hackamore. He is a really easy going horse and pleasure to be around. He seems to be getting faster the more I ride him. I haven't had him long...took him in on trade towards another younger horse I trained. He has had his feet done correctly now and been power packed. I had his teeth floated and all shots are up to date. He is completely sound and needs nothing. No worries with this one!! Haul and have fun and consistently go to the pay window! What more could you ask for? $2500 firm. Call: 803 266 2326

Horse Graham Cookie From The RaceTrack to The Dressage Ring [03:23]
Graham Cookie's original name or register name with the Jockey Club Stud Book is "Cathedral Lodge". He ran for many years (4) in the State of New York. His last race was at Finger Lakes on October 23, 2010. He came to Georgia a few days after his last race and in a couple of weeks he came to us at the Cookie Cutter Farm in Milton, Georgia. Gramy is almost 16.3 hands, now 9, yo and he has in his blood genes from all the big names of horse racing such as Secretariat, Seattle Slew, Norther Dancer, etc. He is now doing dressage as his second career and he is getting great scores. He was Introduction Level Champion with the "Georgia Dressage and Combined Test Association" GDCTA in 2011. He is running among the top 3 horses on First Level Schooling Award with GDCTA in 2012. Way to go Graham Cookie (Cathedral Lodge)

Breeders Cup Betting 2012 [01:52]
Join the Breeders Cup discussion at OLBG: goo.gl BREEDERS CUP BETTING 2012 Hi, welcome to OLBG's betting preview for the 2012 Breeders Cup. Some of best horses in the world go head to head at Santa Anita, have OLBG's members pinpointed the best bets from this meeting? The Filly and Mare Turf on Friday will get plenty of interest with many fancied UK trained runners and the pick of them looks to be the favourite The Fugue. Both her wins this season have been gained over this trip of 10 furlongs when showing a great turn of foot and if reproducing her Nassau Stakes run, which came on a tight track around a bend, she will be very hard to beat at around 5/2. Saturday's Breeders Cup Turf is one of the highlights and it's interesting to see an American trained runner heading the market since 11 of the last 14 winners have been European trained. Last year's winner St Nicholas Abbey has leading claims at around 3/1, his best form is on left handed tracks and he proved last year he could run well after the long trip. OLBG members were impressed by Excelebration's recent Ascot run, 'Brownie3' had doubts about the horse running two quick races but now thinks he is the horse to beat in the Mile whilst 'deswalker' is looking forward to getting stuck in at around 6/4. In the Breeders Cup Classic on the dirt 'The Executioner' reckons Mucho Macho Man is value at 8/1 against favourite Game On Dude and he wouldn't be surprised to see his bet topple the favourite. Join the discussion at ...

The Key to Training Success - Patience, Consistency, Kindness [01:41]
Spring 2012 (First year off the track) 5yo off the track Quarter Horse to be used for barrel racing and dressage. Had an issue of head tossing at the start of his training. This issue was fixed with NO equipment changes, NO rough training methods or harsh bits/equipment (was being ridden in a Myler snaffle), NO trank or other types of supplements used to "calm" a horse (ie - equine chill) and NO professional riding/training (only riding done by myself without professional instruction). FYI - this issue was fixed within about a month, maybe less. The tools used to fix this issue were: PATIENCE - getting frustrated causes tension in the rider which transfers to the horse making it impossible for him to relax into the contact and become supple and engaged. Also, losing patience and yanking the rein when soft, consistent contact doesn't seem to be creating results is counterproductive and could irritate the horse or (on a more sensitive horse) upset the horse to the point where they do not trust you enough to work for you. CONSISTENCY - In order for an issue like this to be resolved on a young horse, the rider must always be giving the same message as to not confuse the horse. Every time the head is tossed, contact is held and leg pressure is increased to push the horse into the contact. When he softens and brings his head down he is rewarded - a "good boy" and a pat on the neck with a slight decrease in rein contact tells him he did something right. If this is done the same ...

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