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        04-04-2012, 05:40 PM
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    Thank you!
         
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        04-09-2012, 06:04 AM
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    Showing
    OMG I just stumbled across this thread!!!!!!!!!!!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!! She looks amazing and you must be so proud! I'm proud and I don't even know the mare!!!!

    Wooohoo!
         
        04-09-2012, 01:13 PM
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    Awww, thankyou! her breastcollar came in two days ago so I hooked her up again yesterday and we did some obstacle work. I even talked her into going over the bridge! Such a nice little cart horse she's turning out to be.
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        04-09-2012, 01:25 PM
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    Oh that's cool
         
        04-09-2012, 08:24 PM
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    Showing
    She just needed some help.. and you're absolutely the right person she needed to find! Wow.. she's going to give all those other cart horses a run for their money :P

    Can't wait to see more pictures and hear of her progress!

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    awww, thankyou! her breastcollar came in two days ago so I hooked her up again yesterday and we did some obstacle work. I even talked her into going over the bridge! Such a nice little cart horse she's turning out to be.
         
        04-09-2012, 10:52 PM
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    That means a lot to me, it really does. I was wondering for the longest time if I was just ruining her, since I wasn't seeing much progress. Now though? I ought to change her name! XD I'm so blessed to have a good trainer though, and a very forgiving little horse. I do make my share of rookie mistakes, that's for sure!
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        04-09-2012, 11:16 PM
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    Showing
    Aww we need a big hug in here! *hugs*

    I felt the same way about Sky.. I was just some dumb little beginner with this magnificent horse and I felt I was just ruining him but apparently not.

    We're all too hard on ourselves. Change takes time.. and time does not fly by fast with a horse unless you're on their backs ;)

    Well done!!!

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    That means a lot to me, it really does. I was wondering for the longest time if I was just ruining her, since I wasn't seeing much progress. Now though? I ought to change her name! XD I'm so blessed to have a good trainer though, and a very forgiving little horse. I do make my share of rookie mistakes, that's for sure!
         
        04-09-2012, 11:20 PM
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    I guess somewhere back in those crazy heads of ours, we do know what we're doing, huh? Sky is magnificent and it sounds like he was a real piece of work when you started working with him as well!

    I think its those 'trouble' horses that teach us the most, because you can't just follow a certain set of guidelines and produce the perfect animal. You have to learn to adapt to and be sensitive towards the animal while also playing leader. Its a great learning experience!
         
        04-09-2012, 11:41 PM
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    I guess somewhere back in those crazy heads of ours, we do know what we're doing, huh? Sky is magnificent and it sounds like he was a real piece of work when you started working with him as well!

    I think its those 'trouble' horses that teach us the most, because you can't just follow a certain set of guidelines and produce the perfect animal. You have to learn to adapt to and be sensitive towards the animal while also playing leader. Its a great learning experience!

    Yep! I fully agree, you can't use a one-size fits all approach. But that's what's so great.. you do really learn the animal inside and out and you can just come up with different ways on the spot to deal with a problem. It's cool!

    Yeah Sky was a biiiig project, but he really changed me for the better.

    I think what sets us apart is that we chose to listen, instead of barking commands at them and forcing them to do stuff. We gave them enough time but guided them through it.

    All in all, the relationship with them is simply amazing too :)
         
        04-10-2012, 06:43 PM
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    Yep! I fully agree, you can't use a one-size fits all approach. But that's what's so great.. you do really learn the animal inside and out and you can just come up with different ways on the spot to deal with a problem. It's cool!

    Yeah Sky was a biiiig project, but he really changed me for the better.

    I think what sets us apart is that we chose to listen, instead of barking commands at them and forcing them to do stuff. We gave them enough time but guided them through it.

    All in all, the relationship with them is simply amazing too :)
    Yes, exactly! With Sour, that's what ruined her. A hand that was too firm upset her because of how sensitive she is, so she really just needed someone who kind of understood her way of thinking. Once she did, she started to work beautifully- but if I ever put too much pressure on her or go too fast with her, she definitely lets me know xD

    And yes, the relationship is amazing! You have to constantly work towards understandings but when you do, they give so much back. She's always suprising me with her sweet personality that's beginning to show through!
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