Horsemanship

Horsemanship relates to one’s ability and philosophy regarding the raising, handling, training and eventual riding and competing of one’s respective horse.

At its most basic level, horsemanship refers to any act involving interaction between a human and a horse. However, as an art, true horsemanship encapsulates all that is possible between a horse and a handler when they establish a collaborative partnership.

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