Horse Training - page 2
How it works
|Applying the Stableizer is an
easy process that anyone can do, on any horse, at any time, in any
country. Here is how it works.
A thin cord resembling a halter is slipped over the horse's head first and then under the horse's top lip - in a manner just opposite from putting on a bridle. A plastic covering keeps the cord from causing any harm to the horse's lip, gum, or mouth. Two thin rubber coated knobs, which are attached to the cord, fit behind the horse's ears. As soon as the Stableizer is in place, a steady, continual pull on the end of the cord applies pressure via a simple pulley system. A locking button then slides up, allowing the Stableizer to become taut.
Simple and effective, the Stableizer's single cord immediately begins working by simultaneously applying pressure on the poll behind the horse's ears and to the gum underneath the horse's top lip. This dual pressure achieves two things. Applied constant pressure under the horse's lip activates the acupressure point known as GV26. Pressure on this spot ( located on the upper gum between the two front teeth and under the upper lip ) blocks the release of adrenalin. Meanwhile, constant applied pressure to two dime sized areas behind the horse's ears activates the acupressure points known as TH17, thereby releasing endorphins and creating a sedative-type reaction.
When the Stableizer is snug and in place,
the horse is turned in a short circle to the right as the handle is held
firmly, pulling down on the handle at least three times and then releasing
it. The horse is then turned to the left and the process is repeated.
Immediately after this the horse's brain is allowed to react to the dual
pressure being applied. The horse is now allowed to stand quietly for at
least two minutes. Normally you will see the horse's head start to slowly
drop within 45 seconds after fitting the Stableizer. This is a sign that
the horse's brain are releasing endorphins, which are naturally produced
sedatives that both humans and horses have in their bodies.
|The Stableizer is a patented
scientific device constructed from non-toxic materials which are
environmentally friendly to a horse's body. It comes in five sizes that
fit all equines, ranging from foals to Clydesdales. The simple device
consists of a simple, non-invasive special coated cord, two pulleys, a
tension-control knob, and a soft plastic handle.
The unit weighs only 6.45 ounces, making the effective, humane and economical device so light weight that any Long Rider should be able to carry it in either a saddlebag or a pack saddle box - thus ensuring that a calmer horse means a safer Long Rider.
For further information regarding how the Stableizer works, contact the inventor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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