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  1. Dana Ray
    February 12, 2021 @ 1:45 pm

    On July 6th of 2020, with the help of a group of other horse lovers, I brought a 17 year old Arabian gelding home to Alabama from a kill pen in Mississippi. I owned an Arabian for almost 30 years and when I saw this guys sweet face I knew I had to go get him. He was quite emaciated and I’ve spent a long time slowly bringing him to a healthy weight. I’m now in the process of doing ground work and reconditioning with him. He had lost a LOT of his top line so I’m especially interested in helping him re-condition his muscles for self carriage and hopefully carrying a rider this year. With that said, I’m very interested in using the elbow pull to help him in that regard. Do you sell those or make them? They seem very straight forward to make but I’d like to eliminate the guess work if possible. If possible can you provide me with the length of the elbow pull you use? This guy is quite tall for an Arabian. I haven’t put a stick on him to measure but I’m guessing 15 hands, give or take. I’m thinking the length would vary depending on the size of the animal… i.e. Pony vs average horse or larger warmblood or draft.
    Any assistance or advice you can provide would be very much appreciated.

    Best regards,
    Dana Ray


    • Bailey Folker
      February 18, 2021 @ 12:37 pm

      Hello Dana, you can email Meredith at and she will send you information about the elbow pull. She also teaches you how to make it in the Equus Revisited DVD that can be found in our store at


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