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        11-20-2009, 11:31 PM
      #31
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by MIEventer    
    Well, if it didn't work once, why do it again?
    bc if you let them do it again that's letting them win. It teaches them that if they get behind your leg & you use your crop all they have to do is give a buck or a kick & then they get out of it. If they start kicking/bucking its best imo & experience to keep hitting them until they stop, you have to outlast them so they learn that bucking/kicking doesnt get them out of work & it is not tolerated.
         
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        11-20-2009, 11:33 PM
      #32
    Trained
    Our riding and teaching methods are completely different. I would never whip my horse like that, absolutely not.

    You cannot continue to whip them because they buck at you in response to the sharp pain you just gave them over their sensitive back ends.


    For pete's sake, these are animals that can feel a fly on their neck. I'd respond the same way too if someone whacked me across the back end.

    Both of our training and riding methods, are competely on the opposite ends of the spectrum.

    IMO that rider deserved to get dumped.
         
        11-20-2009, 11:37 PM
      #33
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by MIEventer    
    Our riding and teaching methods are completely different. I would never whip my horse like that.
    better to have to 'whip' them a few times then to have them be bucking brats that no one can ride.

    If he had bucked & she had hit him 3 times even though he had stopped bucking, that would be wrong, but bucking is not tolerated, it should not only be prevented, but discouraged.
         
        11-20-2009, 11:41 PM
      #34
    Trained
    That horse, did not buck once, until he started getting whacked in the ass.

    I'd of dumped her too.

    I have ridden quite a few horses who buck with no "apparent" reason, but I just ride them out of it, I have never hit a horse for it.

    Again, you and I are on the opposite ends of the spectrum.
         
        11-20-2009, 11:44 PM
      #35
    Trained
    She didnt hit him in the first place bc he bucked, it was bc he sucked back behind her leg

    Horses never ever buck for no reason.

    If you do it right, & stay tough you wont have to worry about it, bc your horse wont buck anymore
         
        11-20-2009, 11:59 PM
      #36
    Trained
    I still disagree.

    Anyways....

    This vid shows some NASTY falls! WOWZERS!

         
        11-21-2009, 12:47 AM
      #37
    Weanling
    Haaha that was great.
    Maybe those girls should take more lessons, and ride more if they can't get their horse to go at a comp? Like I believe that you should most definitely practice everything you're going to do at a comp, before, you get there! You should know your horse inside and out before going out..
    & I'm glad that some of those girls got dumped too.. like, learn to send your horse forward with your legs, and don't beat them with the crop.. if they buck, pull their head up and push them forward! Bucking isn't even that bad if you can sit it out! Rearing is a total different ball game though.
         
        11-21-2009, 07:42 AM
      #38
    Green Broke
    One thing I noticed that I didn't like is that they like flap their reins in an attempt to get a horse to go forward, doesn't make sense to me.

    And I agree that some more schooling at home would do them a world of good since their horses all seem to bawk at the same obstacles.

    But on the other hand, we have to give them some credit, this is a video of all their disasters, we don't get to see the courses that they did well on.
         
        11-21-2009, 08:57 AM
      #39
    Started
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    Originally Posted by gypsygirl    
    bc if you let them do it again that's letting them win. It teaches them that if they get behind your leg & you use your crop all they have to do is give a buck or a kick & then they get out of it. If they start kicking/bucking its best imo & experience to keep hitting them until they stop, you have to outlast them so they learn that bucking/kicking doesnt get them out of work & it is not tolerated.
    It seems we have similar training styles Painter went through a bucking stage, he tried alot of things to avoid work. I never let him stop, and everytime he bucked he got spanked (hand, didn't carry a crop), so he'd buck bigger and I'd spank bigger. I only had to win a few times and he decided it wasn't working, lol. Hasn't bucked since
         
        11-21-2009, 09:01 AM
      #40
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by 1dog3cats17rodents    
    It seems we have similar training styles Painter went through a bucking stage, he tried alot of things to avoid work. I never let him stop, and everytime he bucked he got spanked (hand, didn't carry a crop), so he'd buck bigger and I'd spank bigger. I only had to win a few times and he decided it wasn't working, lol. Hasn't bucked since
    nice ! Lol most of them get the picture pretty quick ! I ride a horse right now who is soooo bad about both getting behind your leg & bucking...i ride him 3 days a week & so does his owner, but she never gets after him, so he's really hard to ride. She will grab the pommel & pony kick him....seriously ?
         

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