I have just said he gets checked out and he is not in pain I know he is being cheeky and I have said I have sorted it now and he isn't doing it. The back problem doesn't hurt and he has had it since he was born so he isn't in pain or uncompfortable Posted via Mobile Device
Simple answer. If you don't know how to correct the problem, then you need to get help from someone who does. Someone who can be there when it's happening to tell you how to respond. Someone who can get on your horse to show you how to do it right. All the talking on forums in the world can't teach you to fix something like this if you don't already have a pretty darn good idea of what you're doing.
I have said loads of times now I HAVE SORTED IT by myslef so if you could stop commenting bout how to do it I don't need it goes I have sorted it out he was just being cheeky and pushing his luck so thankyou for the idea but all sorted now :) Posted via Mobile Device
Just a little piece of advice, punctuation is your friend. Many people, myself included, really do want to help but have a difficult time forcing ourselves into a headache trying to read entire blocks of written text that have no punctuation, no paragraphs, nothing to separate one thought from the next.
I skipped many of your subsequent posts simply because I was having a very difficult time trying to decipher them.
Well I have mild dyslexia and this post I was asking advice about my horse not if I could spell or not and if you are having that much truble reading don't simple don't read it then and moan to someone else bout spelling Posted via Mobile Device
The same goes both ways, if you want help, then you should take the time and effort to make yourself understood. Having dyslexia is not an excuse for not trying and then getting huffy when folks point out that you aren't trying.