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    11-15-2010, 06:47 AM
he's out of the pasture

Two days ago I decided to take my horse out of the pasture and put him in his turnout. He was suprisingly gentle and when I went into the pasture to get him he came right up to me no treats or anything. So I took some pictures of my boy and I decided to show you guys what a couple of days in the pasture did. I hope he's done with the rearing and he was able to let some energy out but, when I hop on him at the end of the week that'll tell everything.
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    11-15-2010, 07:30 AM
Bumpity bump :)
    11-15-2010, 09:12 AM
Green Broke
I hope he goes well for you. He sure looks like a nice horse.
    11-15-2010, 10:17 AM
Thank you. I definitely will keep everyone updated :)
    11-16-2010, 04:31 PM
Green Broke
I hope he is as sweet as he looks! He is beautiful. I love Dark bays like my girl Demi.
    11-17-2010, 02:24 PM
Thanks paintluver he definitely is a good boy when he wants to be.
Quick update-
- I put a bridle on him yesterday - he had his ears pinned back the whole time I was bridling him but he dealt with it - i'm working him from the ground, up - he listened very well - although he had his ears pinned back the whole time - I worked him over some ground poles - I even put some cones down and worked him walk/trot in and out of the cones and during that he started to perk up and he stopped with the ear pinning - he threw a couple of bucks and even turned his ass into me kinda like "f*ck you biatch" and I wacked him with lunge whip - I promise you guys not hard but, enough to show him that if he does that, that's what he's going to get - he reared twice while on the lunge line and after the second time he didn't do it again but, I think that's because both times he reared I just worked his ass harder - so i'm pretty sure he's going to learn that, that's not the way of getting what he wants - :)

Well i'll update again the next time I work him.
    11-17-2010, 02:29 PM
Wow, you must have come a long way. I can not imagine sitting on the ground in front of a horse that has a history of being as dangerous and irrational with out any notice as you have described your horse as being.
    11-18-2010, 09:24 AM
No I just have the guts to do so... trust me I was scared to even think what might have happened.
    11-18-2010, 01:59 PM
Green Broke
If you were so scared then you should have had the sense NOT to do it. :roll:
    11-18-2010, 02:02 PM
Sure that was a terrible holiday if your horse is sour you leave them be for about a month. Let him be a horse have fun and just check him daily otherwise leave him be
Not going to comment on sitting in front of a rearer

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