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Fear and Anxiety

 

 

Is your horse anxious, nervous or spooky?

Is your horse anxious, nervous or spooky? There are many causes that can trigger a fear response in flighty, reactive, anxious or wary horses.

 

 

Is your horse anxious, nervous or spooky?There are many causes that can trigger a fear response in flighty, reactive,...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Sunday, 23 August 2015

 

 

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Did You Know?

Magnesium supplementation can have wide ranging effects on your horse.

Many horse owners, trainers and riders are supplementing their horse’s diet with magnesium to take advantage of the ‘calming’ effect that high doses of this mineral can have on many horses.

 

 

Did You Know that magnesium supplementation can have wide ranging effects on your horse?Many horse owners, trainers and...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Wednesday, 24 September 2014

 

 

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Managing Flighty Behaviour in the Off the Track Thoroughbred (OTTB)

OTTBs will often display nervousness or anxiety as they are brought back into work for retraining. Adequate time is needed to help your horse adapt to his new lifestyle. Most racehorses will tether, stand well to be saddled or for the farrier, load onto floats and walk calmly into confined spaces such as wash bays.

 

 

Managing Flighty Behaviour in the Off the Track Thoroughbred (OTTB) – Part IVOTTBs will often display nervousness or...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Monday, 8 December 2014

 

 

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Triggering a Fear Response

Many underlying causes can trigger a fear response in flighty, reactive, anxious or wary horses. Young horses often lack the experience and confidence to cope with new challenges or situations in training and are more likely to react with a fear response.

 

 

Many underlying causes can trigger a fear response in flighty, reactive, anxious or wary horses. Young horses often lack...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Monday, 25 August 2014

 

 

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