Exactly, safety is always important. I'm not willing to die for a mistake that wasn't ever corrected in the first place. That is why I actually chased him down and did what I did within a few seconds and got him on the mood like the boss mare does. I don't tolerate it and neither does the mare. I got along with the boss mare more than I did the ones I had to puut in their place so to speak. I might sound horrible and mean but disrespect sets off a trigger on me to instantly correct whatever the horse does. If you control his feet you control him by making him move.
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