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The Magnet affect.....?

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        04-19-2012, 07:26 PM
    Okay.. try this.. I have had huge milestones with splash. If you think you know your horse and his issues more then us try this one out because you probably do know him so well and if you do itll work getting him to listen to you. give the command before he even gets to react he does it so often you said you should be able to anticipate when he's going to do it so give the command to not do it. There all right what there saying. Trust me and I get what you mean by how do I make him listen just try what I said its the same thing there telling you just in dif. Words. None of us want something wrong with our horses but this is a great place to rant about it and to get info and advice. Let me know if it works for you
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        04-19-2012, 07:30 PM
    Originally Posted by DrumRunner    
    Are we going on a wild goose chase or what?? never said he does it "only" during your run..We're talking about a WHOLE new problem.. I'm not even going to get into what could be wrong with him doing it during your run.. If you want help with that please post a video. The way you over react to things and jump to conclusions, I'm not even going to TRY to answer that one.. Post a video, it sounds like a training issue or you need to work on that last barrel..
    my friend sam and casey train barrel horses and I have learned a ton about it. If you want try this. When your working him and your on your last barrel go on the outside of barrel 1 and come back without stopping. Walk trot w.e. Then when he gets this in his head hell try it at a rodeo but itll be easyer to tell him to keep straight then the issue your having and hell figure it out after a few runs. That's what I was told and splash does fine when he's not looking at the people looking at him lol.
        04-19-2012, 09:18 PM
    Those are some good ideas I will give them a try thanks!

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