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post #51 of 177 Old 10-27-2013, 09:26 PM
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Oh my, Breezy2011 does your two year old have BLUE eyes? That's awesome!

TexasBlaze- I think she's just having a "quirk". She has few problems else where and since I've made it a habit to work on that area she is caring less and less about being rubbed.

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post #52 of 177 Old 10-27-2013, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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it could just be
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post #53 of 177 Old 10-28-2013, 10:17 AM
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I carefully planned Cash's starting schedule around my 4 consecutive days of availability this past week, then it poured rain after ride 2 and left an unrideable muddy mess :( I've never started a horse on a spotty riding schedule before, and I'm worried how it'll affect our progress. I want an indoor arena!!
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post #54 of 177 Old 10-28-2013, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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I actually just kinda pull roman out when I feel like it for a lesson so his are few and far between. Im not really trying to make progress with him. I just want him comfortable with the very basics. Like his walk, trot, and whoa cues as well as turning. Also it helps that he retains things like a sponge.
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post #55 of 177 Old 10-28-2013, 12:01 PM
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has anyone began breaking their 2011s? I've been on mine for 3 or 4 short rides in the last year
I sent Cantina out for a month of training in September. She knows her walk and trot, although her trot is all over the place lol. Long legs and not sure how to use them with a rider on. :)

In the pictures, that was my first ride on her. My trainer rode her before I did and then told/showed me the cues she taught. She was a dream :) Have to say I was quite nervous riding her for the first time. I haven't rode a fresh green horse in a long time.

I attached a lunging picture as well.. I just love seeing her all stretched out and "working" haha, But since I brought her back from training she's hasn't been ridden, no fault of hers, I've just been crazy busy prepping for winter. (but im sure she doesn't mind hehe)
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post #56 of 177 Old 10-28-2013, 01:07 PM
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Looks like Catina is coming along nicely!
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post #57 of 177 Old 10-28-2013, 04:08 PM Thread Starter
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Catina looks great1 im sure nobody would hold it against you for letting your two year old sit!
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post #58 of 177 Old 10-28-2013, 04:16 PM
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Catina looks great1 im sure nobody would hold it against you for letting your two year old sit!
Cantina ** lol I have no problems letting her sit and continue just being a horse.. its when my dad gets on my case for not riding her LOL "You spent all that money and you don't even ride her!" but she is my horse and I will do what I want, cause in my view she's still a "baby" and all I wanted was the foundation laid so that next year when we start again she'll have the basic knowledge already :)
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post #59 of 177 Old 10-28-2013, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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sorry! Cantina. My brother likes telling me that im scared of Roman because I refuse to take him on four hour trail rides every weekend. It makes me soo angry that when I don't ride my 2 year old im scared but he has a 7 year old half sister to him that he has been on less times than I've been on Roman
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post #60 of 177 Old 10-30-2013, 05:08 PM
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[QUOTE=TexasBlaze;3950001]I don't mind!!!

Remus is sooo mature for his age!! He's amazing lol!![/QUOTE/]

Thanks a lot his mindset is something else, he stands ground tied and is just chill like he's 20 not 2 lol, I wanted to keep him a stud becuase of his mind, but his conformation isn't the greatest there ever was so I gelded him,some one told me "a good stallion makes a great gelding"
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