Was getting his face cut up by finding the barriers of his pasture. We've been working on voice commands and auditory pressure and release. He has been found to be blind on his right side and far sighted on his left. Some people have said "get a plastic visor, put pool noodles on the fences, get all obstacles out of the pasture, bubble wrap bubble wrap bubble wrap." Just because he's blind people want to baby the horse and protect him from every little thing. But the reality of the situation is that if you allow reasonable situations where the horse can learn a different environment he will be more careful in new environments and learn them faster, he won't live in fear. I will treat the cuts and bumps while I see less and less of them as he gets better and better to the point where people will eventually not believe that he has sight problems.
23 Years of horse handling and training experience. Have been a classical journeyman trainer for 15 years. Trains both specifically bred and rescue horses. Believes every horse can benefit from classical training at some level. Revan is my second owned horse and my first yearling. Working toward training him in Classical Dressage and Working Equitation.