|bill gokey (bronco_billy)
Post Number: 5953
|Posted on Saturday, August 19, 2017 - 06:52 am: || |
I'm sure in the end, I hope, the horse learns to settle down and be less fearful. The horse is dangerous in his present state, has no respect for the trainer and is scared.
For me, I would have him in a round pen, no ropes, whips, just move his feet and wait for the relaxation signs and let him join up with me. One small step at a time.
Sometimes it's better to burn off a little anxiety without the pressure. Jodie is a smart horse ducking behind other horses to avoid work. Much different from this horse. She wasn't scared, this horse is.
The horse is dangerous in his present state and will revert back to this behavior when things start going south, especially with a fearful owner.
Post Number: 5833
|Posted on Monday, August 21, 2017 - 08:56 am: || |
Wow, that por horse!
.....I had one that I couldn't touch.....
I brutally honestly sold him to a young lady named Abby South from Pepperell MA for very short money and gave her my Dr Cooks bitless, lol.
Astounding how many folks wanted him for a hack barn, 4 H project, kids horse.....He was anything but!
She did the same as I ...and everyone else who tried, did and he listened to her! She was a miracle....Still makes my hair stand up
Gone WILD....In Virginia....Join me!