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post #21 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 12:13 PM Thread Starter
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Oh for sure JDI, but until you see how they work horses & the young men down there, that's the best advice I could think of. Professionals here & the ones there are 2 different things. The one who can ride out the rearing stallion is the pro, the one who is learning to ride out the rearing stallion is his student. Example, the picture is of an acceptable horse trailer used at a boarding stable and that was a good place!
I have always had horses in top condition not the way your picture shows, we don't treat them wrong and ANIMAL ABUSE IS A WORLWIDE PROBLEM I donno where have you been and what people have you meet in mexico but certainly not real horse people. If you like I would show you the place I ride and the horses I work with general condition pictures, and even know we are re constructing the place, it doesent look anything like the one you are showing, and I can also show you several brans of the area.
We are the no 1 state in polo even teh england team comes play at my city close to my barn, we hols the national show jumping competition an dthe most important circuit do you really think we will hold our horses like that? Not ofended or anything just trying to show you that no it wasnt the good place wuere you had been.
And I don't wanna show off a rearing horse. I want to work with my horse like I used to before I started to push myself into everyones expectations.
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post #22 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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You're right, not everyone is the same, but the young man's post gave clues. Someone shot a gun next to a boarding stable, clue 1#, his horse rears & he's upset because others are calling him names, clue 2# I think I might've visited this stable before.
I don't thjink you have been here before cos I don't remmember foreign visitors beside australia and argeintina and I know everyone my brother owns the place.
I ride other horses because I work there and when owners are on vacations horses need to exercise, specially in summer that everyone leaves, or some borading owners just levae the horse to us for conditioning him ane getting them readdy for comeptitions.
We are a small place 12 horse top, with the only horse surgery clinnic in the near area.
And with the gun shoot he didnt rear he got scared and run its the only time I fall off ever.
People just to call him names just cos he runs arroudn in pastures he doesent really like to stay put with out a ridder he runs and enjoy bucking and rolling in the pastires when he is allone but he is by far the more active horse there so people got scared of him, when we got him he had no ground maner so I worked him over it.
I have ride him with mares arroudn and oither horses but he has a problem with a particular horse who is gleded and is actually a pain for everyone riders and horses, mine just hates him.
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post #23 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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Wares, gelding won't ensure that the horse's front feet won't leave the ground after his "boys" are gone. Rearing is indeed a very dangerous habit, and I don't think the OP should even attempt to ride without consulting with a professional, and having them right there to guide her - even a good idea for the pro to ride a few times to try and get this sorted out before she attempts to ride him again.
Rearing is not something to take lightly.
thank you he will get castrated next week, and my trainer just came back from vacations today I havent ride him this week cos he wasnt there, actually noone has ride it just doesent worth the risk. He comes back today ill let you know how we did lol.
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post #24 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Folks, let me first say that indeed in other countries approach to the training and gelding/keeping as a stud is VERY different. I don't know how it is in Mexico, but in other country I spent number of years keeping balls was a norm. Which was kinda nightmare when they added mares to the barn, BTW, there was no turn-out either, horses were in barn when not in work, etc. Sounds ridiculous to me, but it is what it is.

OP, I agree with what other people said. Geld him first, then ask for professional help. That's the safest way to go in your situation.

P.S. My neighbors shoot every weekend. I think it's a good desensitizing for my horses.
lol thank you I have the treiner and the clinioc at home so he will get gled I don't have a problem with him being or not a stallion most people from charro world think it will take half his value off but us show jumper simply don't care. Mine behaves with mare he just doesent behave with an specific horse of the barn and I don't think he ever will, when you side him alone or with other horses he is teh perfect horse. And he spends all the morning in the pastures since in sumer is to hot to work in the mornings we have light to be able to work afternoon and night with no problems.
My trainer just came back he is pretty god actually and he doesent abuse horses here charros, polo, and show jumping are the big sports and we all handle completely diferent you don't even see horses from diferent sports in the same bording barn.
Thank you for the advice
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post #25 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 12:35 PM
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Guessing here, correct me if I am wrong. English is not your first language, right?

That is probably why people think you are younger than you are.
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post #26 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 12:47 PM
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If he is behaving badly toward one horse, he probably just really doesn't like that other horse. BUT he should be trained enough to tolerate and behave when that horse or any other horse is around.

I also agree with gelding and I am very happy you are being very mature about all of this and doing the right thing by him.

I also think that we need pictures! Lol :)

Horses are scared of two things... Things that move and things that don't.
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post #27 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 12:52 PM
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ok he has a date with surgey next week lol, he isnt my first stallion he is actually my 3rd and the only one I has problems with.
And why you don't believe im 24? I was born march 20 1987... what makes it so hard to believe?
I have a professional trainer a guy from argentina named Matias Rawson, he is actually no 1 in the country as a show jumping trainer right now.
I was just looking for advice, that's all.
Excellent! Best of Luck, I am so glad it's all being worked out. Post some pictures once everything is sorted out.
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post #28 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 01:02 PM Thread Starter
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im from mexico so my original lenguage is spanish I speak english enough to understand and also a bit of portuguese cos I work a lot with brasilian people.
Thank you lol ill keep you ill keep you informed on how things go with him he is definatelly getting gledded and here im going to send you some pictures of him, I have some pictures of the stabble in my otehr computer ill also send them latter for all of you to see and you can actually give us advice about it sice we are building it right now so any imporevement will be great.
Here is my boy
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And his night mare lol (thats how we call each other horse cos one is the otehrs nightmare)
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Ill keep working on him to get along.
And ill send you pictures on our barn and probably post them somewhere else for sugestions lol.
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post #29 of 41 Old 06-28-2011, 01:11 PM
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Thank you for posting the pictures, nice horses. Do your horses grow a bit of a winter coat during the wet season? I was curious to know if horses in a year long hot climate grew winter & summer fur?
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The top photo you posted is very striking.
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