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Hi Sue! Sorry for the delay, I just got back from competing at the Haras Cup. You have the right idea with your broom handle- that can work with touching back legs. Here are some ideas to help- think
Hello Jolene- I think you seem to have a good idea of what you need to work this colt. I just brought my horses home to work with them on my maternity leave and I can say I'm running into some things
She sounds pretty tricky! I had a horse who came to me in a similar situation, his ground work was ok but as soon as you mounted he changed, he was all panic! Try giving your ground work another look-
Hi Matti, I would say you need to be clear with yourself what your goals are with your filly. Are you going to start her this summer or let her get a bit older first? The reason it is good to be clear
Hello Laura, It's always good to check if there is pain involved, but if your horse wants to go to the barn and goes willingly, it's probably only behavioral. The goal is to find a way to make going further
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