You start with the left front hoof and work your way around, ending with the right front hoof. Next it is important to remove dirt sports from the horses’ body. To remove tuff spots of dirt you use a currycomb. Currycomb is a circular shaped comb with tiny teeth, which pull dirt from the hair. You use the currycomb in a circular motion starting from the neck and moving around the whole body but avoiding the legs.
The final steps of fixing a flat tire are tightening the lug nuts by turning them clockwise until they are nice and snug. After they are all nice and snug, lower the vehicle to the ground, take out your crossbar and tighten all the lug nuts. When everything is tightened, place all your tools back from where you
When it comes to saddling a horse, there are many different steps to getting the job done. To begin the process, always brush the horse’s back and belly to get rid of any foreign objects that could cause a pinch or stick in the animal’s skin. Next, check the equipment for the same objects such as stickers, mud or anything else. Then throw the saddle blanket on (making sure it is even) and throw the saddle on. The last thing to do is tighten up the front and back cinches and check over all of the equipment.
The first thing the person tying the shoe (or one) should do is to make sure that the shoe fits snug. Do this by taking the left lace in the left hand and the right lace in the right and pull them until the shoe fits comfortably. Be sure not to pull too tightly or else the shoe will later become uncomfortable. The next step would be to cross the laces. With both the right and the left laces still in hand take them and pull them across from each other forming the letter X.
Remove the skin as follows: At the cut end of the upper wing, slip the tip of the scissors between the skin and the muscles underneath. Cut the skin lengthwise, to the joint between the upper wing and the lower wing. Using scalpel and scissors carefully remove the skin from the joint between the upper and lower wing. Be careful not to cut any muscle, tendons or ligaments. Remove the skin of the lower wing in the same way that you removed the skin from the upper wing.
A bit is commonly made from metal and leather. A metal rod or chain runs through the horse’s mouth and a leather strap connects to the rod and runs around the ears. The leather strap is known as the headpiece and its main purpose is to apply pressure behind the ears which causes the horse to be more attentive to the rider’s commands. The third pressure point on a bit is under the chin which is applied by the chinstrap and acts as reinforcement to the rest of the bridle. A bit focuses on one main location for control.
Be sure to clean the bushings and track links before using the proper tooling for separating the track to insure the tool works properly. When using a track press, make sure suitable lifting equipment is used to support the tooling. Also never remove the upper rigid guard or lower flexible guard on the track press while under pressure. Make sure that the pins are pressed out evenly also. Use a suitable lifting device to support the track in order to lower it to the ground for unwrapping.
We take out our cleats and all sit on the bench to put them on. We organize our equipment, putting batting gloves in our helmets and getting out our mitts. I glance at the field. There are cleat marks everywhere, the white lines are all scuffed and burred and there is a hole in the pitcher’s mound. I look down and finish putting my cleats and wrist tape on.
Purpose Statement: Today I will talk to you about how to properly approach, handle, and feed horses of all shapes and sizes. V. Preview Statement: First, I will discuss the basic anatomy, vision, and senses of the horse. Next, I will touch on the topic of meeting or passing by a horse in or on some kind of vehicle. Finally, I will explain how to properly approach and feed a horse while on