She’s finally home! She trailered like a champ! She is not bothered one bit by the cows and calves! Shes a little small to go with the herd yet so we made a spot in the barn and a pen in the tarpshed! She is so easy going. She let me trimed her front feet with no hesitation and pulling back!!she is a sweetheart and im already so much in love with her! I cant wait to see the mare she end up being! We will do great things together!💖 #aqha#filly#blueroan#quarterhorse#docbar#8monthsold#marylinemossfarrierservices
“Kafu Tucson Play”
(Tucson Dun It MDP X Peeka Play MDP, por Peeko Del Cielo)
Garanhão - Puro de origem
Nascimento em: 15/09/2015
Localização: Cacaulandia, RO
Contato: (69) 98135-9242 @andre_porto_amorim
VALOR: 17.000,00 à vista - 20.000,00 parcelado (Negociável)
Jovem garanhão domado, pronto para iniciar em qualquer modalidade. Animal muito bonito e estruturado, morfologia excelente, além de contar com uma excelente genética!
Seu pai, TUCSON DUN IT MDP:
Filho do PILGREEN DUN IT:
Detentor de 170 pontos RMT Superior Laço de Bezerro Técnico.
Produtor de 521.5 pontos pela ABQM.
Pilgreen é filho do COUNTRY DUN IT :
Importado. U$ 41.659,00, Campeão Seletiva para os Jogos Equestres Mundial, Campeão Congress Open Futurity. Nos EUA produziu ganhadores de mais de U$ 166 mil.
Sua mãe, PEEKA PLAY MDP:
Filha do PEEKO DEL CIELO :
U$ 61,124.63, Registro de Mérito AQHA e NRHA.
Produtor nos EUA e no Brasil, seus filhos somam mais de 800 pontos pela ABQM.
Sua avó materna, MISS PLAY COLONEL JA:
Produtora de 9.5 pontos pela ABQM.
Filha do MAKIN A PLAY :
Produziu filhos competindo em diversas modalidades. Pela ABQM seus filhos já somam 1.933 pontos e ganhos de R$ 139.887,15 pelo SGP Sistema.
Sua avó paterna, LADY OLHADA JAY:
Produtora de 38.5 pontos pela ABQM.
Neta do SANJAY :
Importado. RMT, Superior em Trabalho com 86 pontos.Tri-Campeão Nacional de Apartação. Campeão Potro do Futuro ABQM.Maior produtor de Campeões de Apartação do Brasil que somam 673.5 pontos pela ABQM.
Here's my draw rein video from yesterday!! DISCLAIMER!❌❌❌ draw reins are not for every one, they can be extremely hard on a horse if used wrong, should never be with a shanked or gag bit, please talk to your trainer before trying this, some horses don't need it. Draw reins are not used to teach a horse to break at the poll; IMO that is taught with no mechanics, just pull and release, I use them to help teach a horse where their head should be set, so for this guy, he would break good, but he would usually end up with his head to low and pulling on the bit, and I didn't want to pull his head up because I want him low but just more soft. So in the first clip I am just showing how I'm trotting around slow so he can get the feel for it, trying to allow him to pull and let me show him where I want him to go rather then him scare him self about it. Then I will move up into a lope, not focusing on how pretty my circles are, just letting him feel for the reins. Then I will drop my safety rein to around my horn once I feel he is confident enough about the draw reins and I have control. I always use 2 sets of reins, one the draw rein, and the other a normal "safety" rein. It is always after to use an extra set for the first few sessions, so if they spook or jump your not pulling the draw rein forcing their head low, you would use the safety rein to stop them. Then I work my way into a walk and focus on getting him to stay broke at the poll, and come around into the bit, I use this exercise to strengthen him on the back side of his barrels because this is the form I want him in on the back side to come around too me. I also put a video of my set up I use, I just take split reins to make my "budget draw reins" and also a picture of my bit, thisshould ALWAYS be done in smooth mouth piece o ring or d ring. If you have any questions leave them below!!