Brood – the most important event in horse breeding, associated with the assessment of the exterior, determining the quality and condition of horses, monitoring the level of development of young animals. Broods are carried out at all stages of the technological process of reproduction of the horse – from its birth to implementation, during various zootechnical and sporting events, as well as for cognitive purposes and to promote the horse.
As an element of technology and a spectacular event, the brood is carried out according to certain rules that require appropriate skills and professionalism from the coaching staff. Compliance with the rules broods is particularly important when selling or showing horses abroad. Any unskilled actions of the breeders spoil the impression of buyers and experts, which negatively affects the evaluation and price of the horse. Continue reading
In various mythopoetic traditions animals appear sometimes as assistants to mythological characters, their attributes or symbols.
Among the Celts this animal was the horse. Among the cult objects that make up the heritage of the Celts is the original chariot, on which sits a goddess with a spear, pursuing a boar. Researchers believe that this goddess Epona, which is often depicted on horseback or standing at the horses.
Horse often featured in early Celtic literature. For example, Gilles de Care, appearing in one of the tales of the cycle of Finn – the legendary sage and seer, and sometimes warrior – meets the army of Finn, leading on the occasion of a miserable gray horse, and then throws the reins, and the animal attacks the cavalry conquerors and ruthlessly destroys it.
Horse this, of course, magic, for, in order to bridle it takes fourteen people. When people get on top of it, it is impossible to get off it, and it rushes with such speed that it takes your breath away. Continue reading
First you need to know the horse’s sense organs and how they can be influenced. Horses react to the outside world with the help of five senses: taste, smell, hearing, sight and touch.
The only blind spots in the horse’s vision are directly behind it or close to it.
If you step back from the horse, it will immediately see you. If the horse is afraid of such experiments, it is better not to carry out, a person who suddenly appeared from nowhere can frighten the horse, and it can bite or stand up for defense purposes. Continue reading