Starting Your Horses Off in a New Different Environment

April 29th, 2010

Jack and Wasabi in their RAMM Nobleman Horse Stalls

Dear Debbie,

I am planning to move from San Diego, California to Jackson Hole, WY. I have two horses that are kept in a 24’ x 24’ that will now have 2 acres to run. I’m not sure how I should start them out. I don’t want to have them out all day eating, and I would like to know how to start them in a new environment. Please give me any help that will help my horses get used to their new home without getting hurt or sick.

Dianne

   Hi Dianne,

Wow! What a great change. Your horses will be very happy, I’m sure. We have some past articles on subjects like introducing a horse to a new home and traveling with horses that you may find to be of help.

Here are a few suggestions…

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One response to “Starting Your Horses Off in a New Different Environment”

  1. Jessie writes:

    Hello Debbie,
    I am taking over ownership of my aunts 8 year old horse due to her inability to support him any longer. I am familiar with the horse and have ridden him hundreds of times. What questions should I ask to make sure I’m prepared to take him?

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