08-11-2011, 12:23 PM
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I love the horse I ride (Bee) to death, but she is pretty sensitive and I'm not used to riding sensitive horses. So, when I ride her, I'm used to making a clicking noise with my tong on the roof of my mouth. For some reason, it seems like she goes faster if I make the clicking sound instead of pushing her with my heels. When we go to canter, I do both and she goes at a normal speed for her, but with the walk and trot, she will go speedy fast if I just click. What should I do? Just the clicking noise or should I use just my heels for the walk and trot?? I bet that sounds really confusing, so If you have questions on what I just asked/explained, feel free to ask. =) Thanks!