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What's your opinion on Breezing a horse??
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KayleeAllDay
Reg. Mar 2014
Posted 2014-04-08 1:57 PM (#6972915)
Subject: What's your opinion on Breezing a horse??


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i recently started breezing my main barrel horse. He's lovin being breezed. Whats your guys' opinion on breezing a horse?
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jbw tx mom
Reg. Aug 2007
Posted 2014-04-08 5:22 PM (#6973093 - in reply to #6972915)
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I totally think it can help in certain horses. I have a real solid horse that tends to be lazy. every once in a while I have to breeze him. It really helps him free up. I have breezed young horses that just could not figure out how to run with someone on their backs. Never to much however.
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BarrelRacing4Christ
Reg. Sep 2010
Posted 2014-04-09 11:00 AM (#6973397 - in reply to #6972915)
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I only breeze a horse when they truely need it.
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Ashton94
Reg. Feb 2014
Posted 2014-04-09 11:58 AM (#6973426 - in reply to #6973093)
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jbw tx mom - 2014-04-08 5:22 PM

I totally think it can help in certain horses. I have a real solid horse that tends to be lazy. every once in a while I have to breeze him. It really helps him free up. I have breezed young horses that just could not figure out how to run with someone on their backs. Never to much however.

^ ^ Agree!
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vjls
Reg. Mar 2005
Posted 2014-06-16 4:18 PM (#7010425 - in reply to #6972915)
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we alway breezed them about 200 to 300 yard bilds winds never never side by side that get them stupid .my son's mare we always breezed her light before we run her to get her on the muscle 
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CanCan
Reg. May 2004
Posted 2014-06-16 7:12 PM (#7010513 - in reply to #6972915)
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I just pony mine to the back of the pasture and he breezes himself back to the barn. Tail straight up in the air. He is a turd.
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-06-19 3:25 PM (#7012020 - in reply to #6972915)
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Breezing every once in a while is good. Just dont over do it  
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Poohb10454
Reg. Apr 2013
Posted 2015-01-04 11:28 AM (#7101434 - in reply to #6972915)
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I think it is good to sprint them, or breeze them every so often. Fallon Taylor has a video on youtube about it, that made a lot of sense to me. Certainly don't over do it, but if you expect them to run hard at a barrel race then you should condition them to it. I however think you could blow them up in a hurry if you are doing it too much.

http://youtu.be/BWlFgBbotF0?list=PLF947A5B92DB1A793
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cheryl makofka
Reg. Jan 2011
Posted 2015-01-04 12:24 PM (#7101444 - in reply to #6972915)
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In my legging up routine, I have a spot I breeze my horses, as you need to build up their wind, and also condition the fast twitch (sp) muscles.
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total performance
Reg. Nov 2007
Posted 2015-01-04 1:09 PM (#7101457 - in reply to #7010425)
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vjls - 2014-06-16 4:18 PM we alway breezed them about 200 to 300 yard bilds winds never never side by side that get them stupid .my son's mare we always breezed her light before we run her to get her on the muscle 

 Seriously??  Although I don't think barrel horses need breezed side by side, that is just a ridiculous statement. How do you think they breeze race horses...alone all the time?
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Barrelhorseluva
Reg. Mar 2010
Posted 2015-01-04 7:23 PM (#7101571 - in reply to #6972915)
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 My horse enjoys it! I agree in not over doing it.
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vjls
Reg. Mar 2005
Posted 2015-05-17 7:44 PM (#7161908 - in reply to #7101457)
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total performance - 2015-01-04 2:09 PM
vjls - 2014-06-16 4:18 PM we alway breezed them about 200 to 300 yard bilds winds never never side by side that get them stupid .my son's mare we always breezed her light before we run her to get her on the muscle 
 Seriously??  Although I don't think barrel horses need breezed side by side, that is just a ridiculous statement. How do you think they breeze race horses...alone all the time?

that was a stupid remark you made  i rode racehorse for a living have breezed quite a few.

the difference is that i want  my barrel horse to keep his engyry in not seeing another horse approACJ A A TROT OR LOPE AND THINK YEA I GET TO RUN

I  want mine sane around other horse

fyi i rode at the big tracks and brush tracks where did you? 
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streakysox
Reg. Jul 2008
Posted 2015-05-17 8:12 PM (#7161918 - in reply to #6972915)
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Working beside another horse once in awhile certainly is not going to hurt. You can make one an idiot just as easily by themselves. You know for the past 50+ years I have wanted my horses to walk quietly down the alley. Have I been doing this wrong? My horses used to be 1D horses when I could actually ride. I guess they are still 1D horses just not with me on them---laughing.
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KRJ1791
Reg. Jan 2010
Posted 2015-05-17 9:15 PM (#7161935 - in reply to #6972915)
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My gelding likes to run & used it as a way out of slow work in the beginning. Now when he does great on a particularly difficult or long trail ride or after a good amout of slow work ...breezing is his reward.. Kills 2 birds with one stone. 
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