Yeguada la B is a family-run business located on a 250-acre estate near Barcelona, with facilities designed for the development and taming of specimens with aesthetic strength and nobility as their main features, home to over one hundred animals.
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Ctra. Sabadell - Granollers, km.4 Finca Can Monistrol, 08213 Polinyà (Barcelona) - Tel. +34 93 579 53 30 - Móv. +34 619 783 825 - email@example.com
Yeguada la B is a family company dedicated to horse sale in Barcelona, located in a farm of more than 100 hectares where our qualified human staff with large experience works as experts with horse sale. The installations, designed to develop and tame horse sale, are fully equipped to achieve our target: the main characteristic of horse sale is their aesthetic strength and nobility. We have 30 boxes, huge extensions of fenced land, covered or at open air to keep the horses separated or protected, if it is convenient. For the horse sale we also have proper grid areas previewed to carry out the work of training and dressage. Our horse sale are of insuperable quality, as it is our own agricultural holding who is in charge to feed the whole livestock, all surrounded by a wonderful quiet environment between fields and forests. Without any doubt, and because of their characteristics, Yeguada la B is one of the best companies dedicated to horse sale in Spain. At Yeguada la B we put at your disposal many horse sales, having in between all of them male horses, mares and colts. Our stallions are carefully selected in base on their morphology, their noble character and their functionality. We apply an exhaustive and constant control on our mares to assure optimal horse sale. Our human staff works with the colts to make them perfect horse sale. To adapt to the different likes of each customer, we work on three coats on our horse sale: brown, black and dapple-gray, that way that you surely find your horse without any problem. Choose any horse for sale you have been looking for in Carretera de Sabadell a Granollers, km4. "Finca Can Monistrol ", in Polinyà, Barcelona.
Practical guides for equine feeding. Feeding with hay
The hay should be offered the way the waste will be minimum (particularly of the nutritious and leafy parts), the urinary and fecal contamination (loss of forage as an increase of intestinal parasitism) and inhalation of dust (respiratory problems). Place the hay in a rack (tray) for hay or in a net over the feeder, which traps the leaves and loses the forage. The hay should not be fed in the flat. Studies show a daily profit and efficiency in nutrition less to 18%, when the animals are fed in the flat, although under ideal conditions. (Coleman, 1989).
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Feeding management in equines
The horse breeder, as also the people who practice equine sports, are continuously doomed to resolve abnormal status of health of their animals, especially in housed animals. This is due to wrong administration and managing of food they preview as the daily food portion.
It is not sufficient to have available the food, as it is not sufficient to know the nutritious value of them, neither know about the equine needs in their different status of moods. It is also necessary to know about the employed form of rationing them for the animals and the result which it will give face to abnormal food situations.
The rationing should obey to a determined behavior of the digestive physiology of the horse, achieving with of a good use of the food, at the same time it avoids gastrointestinal disorders which are very frequent in equines.
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The help of the legs
The first thing we have to keep in mind is that the horse has not to understand perfectly the sense of these helps, so this is the trainer’s task who has to show them to the horse, so it can respond to them.
This is the main reason that each time we use them, we should employ them in a very clear way, making movements easy to assimilate by the horse and repetition for the rider: bear in mind the easier their application, the easier their understanding.
In this learning process we should not forget the need to reward the well done work, so it is assimilated correctly.
And of course it is essential to take into account that each horse is a unique individual, which means that each one responds in a different way to the same help. There is no doubt that one of the main means the rider has to employ these helps, is through his/her legs.
While he/she remains seated, the rider should maintain his/her legs still, in constant contact with the body of the horse the longest possible surface. In this position we can increase or reduce the exerted pression on the flanks, transmitting the horse the order to go forward, backward, to one side or...
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