Presentation on theme: "Horses Cadence Emily. Table of contents How to get your ready for travel?Page 1 How to groom your horse?Page 2 How to know your horse is healthyPage 3."— Presentation transcript:
Table of contents How to get your ready for travel?Page 1 How to groom your horse?Page 2 How to know your horse is healthyPage 3 What your horse needs?Page 4 GlossaryPage 5 IndexPage 6
How do you get your horse ready for traveling? What you need in your trailer: – a saddle, so you can ride easier – a sponge, in case your horse has hard to reach spots to clean – your riding clothes, so when you race you don’t get your regular clothes don’t dirty – food and water,for you and your horse – first aid, for you and your horse if you get hurt
How do you groom your horse? First, you need to secure your horse. Next, you need to pick his hooves. Then, use a curry comb to remove loose hair. Next, clean the horse up with a soft brush. Then, clean your horse’s face with a soft sponge. Lastly, brush out the mane and tail with a comb or brush.
How do you now your horse is healthy? If your horse is healthy it has …. – Pricked ears – Bright eyes – And a dry nose – Also if your horse has …. A greenish yellowish nose your horse has a infection
What your horse needs Kinds of bedding: Straw Hemp bedding Wood shavings Shredded paper Kinds of a bad pasture: Rubber matting uneven grazing muddy pasture too many droppings barbwire fencing
Index Health, 3 Health Supplies, 3 Grooming, 2 Food and Water, 1 Dry Nose, 5
Glossary Medicine – something to prevent or cure a disease Brush – something that it’s hair smooth Sponge – a thing a you use to clean your horse Bandages – a strip of marital used to cover and wrap up wounds Saddle – a padded or leather seat for a rider