Originally Posted by Cacowgirl
You said you couldn't touch her, but then you said you have ridden her? A bit confusing!
Let me preface when we first got her my bf was told that the previous owner had been bucked off of her, so I wanted to see if she would indeed do anything with me being on her...so I rode her (actually it was I was on her back and she was being led down the driveway by my bf), because I did not want to get hurt (I have cancer) and it took over an hour to get a bridle on her. There are days that she is better than others...but my bf has been trying to get her more use to being touch on her tummy, her tail area (hoo haa), and her ta-ta's. She is very good with the farrier and has no problems...