Paul was asked to work with this horse because it had a rearing problem – as it so willingly demonstrates here – the horse is now effectively back in racing and no longer resorts to this dangerous behaviour. Rearing is a powerful evasion that can be extremely dangerous. If your horse is rearing, he is reacting to some sort of pressure. Before you do anything else, you need to establish exactly WHY your horse reared (sometimes the reason will be obvious but you may need to look deeper). Your step 1 must always be to make sure your horse is not in any sort of pain or discomfort. A riding horse has to be completely sound and your gear must be a perfect fit. If you are unsure, seek professional help. Also check his teeth and gums. Some horses will need their teeth done every 3 months, others once a year. DO NOT attempt to ride a rearing horse threatening to flip over, it is extremely dangerous and can cause personal injury and death. Seek professional help if your horse exhibits dangerous behaviour. This video is for demonstration purposes only, DO NOT attempt to recreate the situation pictured in this video. Paul Williamson/Hybrid Horsemanship accepts no liability for your actions. PLEASE NOTE! If your horse rears and flips over, have him checked over by a vet or an equine chiropractor afterwards. He could have sustained a serious injury even if he just seems a bit shaken.
This is a very raw look at an inner city ER during the course of one night. You might want to call it the Real Miami Medical. Hard working doctors & nurses cope with stabbings, gunshot wounds, broken bones, drug overdoses, and mysterious DOA’s. Viewer discretion Advised. If you don’t like the sight of blood do not watch this.
Video Rating: 4 / 5