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    03-25-2011, 05:41 AM
Exclamation keeps pushing me over!!!!!!!!

Hi guys I love riding at a eqestrian centre
Riding a horse called jerry when I come down from the track
I dismount and do his stirrups when I walk round to do the other stirrup he keeps pushing me over with his nose

Please guys need help
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    03-25-2011, 06:46 PM
It seems like he doesn't respect your space or you for that matter. For a horse to respect you, you have to be a leader to him. If he tries to knock you over, it is not a cute little habit to say that he loves you more like he is saying "Move out of my way, im getting impatient". A horse that repects his owner will not do that. When he tries to do it aggain, scold him and maybe move his legs around a little so he gets the idea that YOU are the leader, not him. YOU have to teach him manners and respect before you two will be perfect partners.
    04-02-2011, 09:49 AM
Thumbs up

Thx and can you say anything to get him to go faster when comming up to a jump

Im all ears to hear what youll say

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