The owner of the horse is the one who decides at what age the horse will be ready to start training under the saddle, but many experts suggest that you should wait up to two to five years before you start working under the saddle, so it’s better to postpone riding. Until the horse develops further. …
If this is your first time planning a horse saddle, there are a few things you need to know before starting the process. Throughout the entire process, you should closely monitor your horse for any signs of pain or fear.
Of course, it is normal for a horse to doubt what is going on, but if you are very agitated and show signs of tension or sensitivity, don’t be afraid if you think the tension is too intense. Take a step back. If the horse is upset, you can always leave him for another day, but make sure he is comfortable in the process.
In the video below, you can see a beautiful pony named Spyro getting ready under the saddle for the first time. Spyro had been training for several weeks, but things did not go as planned by his master.
He changed radically after they let her into the ground with the saddle on! She began to cringe out of control and even looked like a rodeo horse. Spyro finally got used to the saddle! Be sure to watch the entire process in the video below!