Training

How to Introduce Young Horses to X-Country Fences

Introducing Thoroughbreds, or any horse to x-country fences, the first time can be both exciting and scary for the horse. This training note walks you through a process that is methodical and well thought out to make the learning fun and not over stimulating — while building the confidence of both the horse and the riders.

Race Horse to Sport Horse a Family Album

People ask how how we find such nice horses. We have a group of owners, trainers and breeders that we like to place horses for because they do a great job of breeding, raising and training their horses. They care about what happens to their horses. Most of the Thoroughbreds we sell have raced or …

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With Wings can FLY!

Happy Birthday Bubba & Baby!

saint-lawrence_20110501_103Today is not only cinco de mayo but it is Bubba’s seventh birthday and our baby Saint Lawrence’s first birthday. We have photos of Saint Lawrence on his page learning about all the fun toys in the “Redneck Roundpen” during his despooking training. Bubba (Lynn’s Vision) had fun too! Happy Birthday to our brave boys. See photos of Bubba navigating the obstacles.

Running Tall’s Training Begins

running-tall_20110308_068So many people wonder how hard is it to take a horse right off-the-track and begin training? Read our updated Training Thoroughbreds page to see how we get started. There are lots of great stories about the horses we have trained. We have just added one more page to the Training Thoroughbreds menu. . . Running Tall – The Training Begins. We have photos and videos of this gorgeous horse. Follow along as we begin his training. We also have Reign Day, Imatexan, Spot Run and With Wings training information. If you think you want to get a horse off-the-track, read our training pages and see if you are up to the task. Then call us and we will help match you to a wonderful Thoroughbred. Be sure to watch our training videos on the BitsandBytesFarm YouTube Channel.

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