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The traditional breaking-in of Camargue horses
Left for the first four years of their life in semi-freedom, the Camargue horses are broken-in in winter to be able to join the group of the manade's trained horses in the spring. The young horses are first introduced to oats to allow the gardians (herdsmen) to approach them more easily in the meadow. Their training then continues with getting used to the harness (bridle and cavesson) and wearing the saddle. It is followed by work on the lunge by a gardian on foot before the three-gait rein exercises led by an experienced rider.
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