Start Your Horse Lovers Early!

No Longer On The Sidelines

For any horse-loving family, the love for horses and competitions are often handed down generation to generation. As a whole family, you attend fairs and competitions to either watch horses compete or root for your own. At home, you share the work and labor that comes with owning horses. When it comes to playing, no doubt each person has their own horse or you take turns sharing a horse or horses. However, there is an experience typically reserved for older kids and adults where younger children are left out to wait. Jumping.

While jumping can be, at times, dangerous for those who aren’t trained, oftentimes, younger children are left out of jumping training because the jumps aren’t made with them in mind. They’re typically built to the same varying degrees of difficulty found in competition. After all, you’re not exactly training the horse and rider …