Conditioning Halter Horses: Schedule Matters with Trainer Mike McMillian
Sitting behind a big oak desk, Mike McMillian could be mistaken as the CEO for a Fortune 500 company.
He may dabble in accounting for bookkeeping chores from time to time, but mostly he designs step-by-step halter horse programs for his customers.
Halter Horse Care and Conditioning
The most important part of keeping halter horses on track is to constantly evaluate them. Look at the horse every day, or at least two to three times a week, to see if he is losing or gaining weight, putting on hair, or getting too hyper. Re-evaluate your horse regularly because they change with growth patterns and times of the year. Constantly readjust your exercise and feeding schedule to achieve that optimal look and attitude for your horse.
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