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Tips on How to Connect With Your Horse

Horses are amazing creatures. Not only have they contributed to the development of civilization by providing us with transportation and horsepower in the literal sense, but they are amazing companion animals. A relationship with your horse is special, and once formed, it’s an absolute pleasure to have. But how do you connect with your horse?

Pink Flamingo Stables is a horse riding school located in Lake Worth. We offer group and private riding lessons for both English and Western riding. We also offer trail riding for those who just want to escape the hustle and bustle of their days. Our family-owned horse riding school is passionate about helping you learn more and connect more with horses. Below, we’ll offer up some tips on how to connect with your horse. Contact us to get started today!


Spend Time With Your Horse

Just like any pet you get, you have to spend time with them in order to get to know your animal and bond with them. The same holds true for horses. Admittedly, this can be more difficult since horses live outside, rather than inside like dogs do, and they can be boarded at a different location. You have to commit to spend as much time as you can with your horse in order to get to know them, their personalities, their quirks, and their likes and dislikes.

Be Consistent

Horses love routine as much as humans do. You should try to keep the same schedule as much as possible with your horse. This includes your riding, training, feeding, and grooming schedule. This will immediately allow your horse to relax when it knows what to expect. Consistency is key in training because it’s in training that you establish your leadership. Horses are exceptionally intelligent creatures who love challenges. At the same time, they can become confused with what you are asking if you switch things up, and this can complicate your connection.

Learn Horses’ Body Language

Most higher order animals communicate in many ways using body language, including horses. For example, knowing that a horse may be angry when it’s ears are back or that it may be agitated when it swishes its tail are important signs you need to know not only for connecting with your horse but for safety as well. By being able to read your horse’s body language, you’ll be able to gauge their mood and tailor your actions accordingly.

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Pink Flamingo Stables offers trail riding and horse riding lessons to people of all ages in both English and Western riding styles. Our family-owned horse riding school in Lake Worth loves sharing our love and knowledge of horses with you. Whether you are a beginner with no horse experience or a seasoned rider, we’d love to connect. You can learn the basics of horse care, work on your riding skills, or have your birthday party at the stables. If you’d like to learn more, contact us today!