Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: The Bluegrass State
You NEED a trainer/instructor.
That said, in the meantime, I would pull his head into TIGHT circles. Make his nose touch your foot tight. And take the circle in the way of the wall. What I mean is, if you are going down the left rail, and he pulls out to the right, use your left rein and make him spin to the left. When he *stops,* walk him back to the wall. If it gets really bad, I'd get a crop and smack his shoulder right before you circle.
He's not spooking, and he's not hurt. He just knows he can get away with being bad, which is a heck of a lot easier than being good.
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