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Sandra Popemma is a positive trainer who has outlined key steps to train your horse to ignore grass, and only eat when you give permission.
Of course, it pays to ensure your horse has had some food (lucerne/alfafa is good for its neutralising effect) before going out for a ride or training session as that will help stop acid from sloshing around in your horse's gut, causing pain and the need to eat!
Even a good pick on some green grass beforehand will help, and so here's how to manage that in a positive and effective way.
How To Teach Your Horse To Ignore Grass.
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"Thought I'd send you yet another pic of Gypsy and I at the Horse Club Autumn Show last weekend - we even managed to win champion which was pretty exciting, especially as we're really just a pair of happy hackers!" Jess in New Zealand.
Gypsy is wearing the LightRider English Euro Bridle.