I removed a somewhat heated discussion about immaturity and the misspelling of a word from this thread. I corrected every instance of it to ensure the proper spelling is clear to others in the future. Suffice it to say, it is "herd bound" and not "heard bound".
It looks to me like the the problem with this thread began when the very first well meaning reply/piece of advice the OP received was dismissed out of hand
My horse will not separte from friends when riding
Originally Posted by Dusty and Olivia
My horse isnt herd bound! He is new to my farm and think a little bit scared, that's why he stays close to the other horses
Dusty and Olivia, you have to understand that your words and grammar are all other members have to go on here, which is likely why following your summary dismissal of the reasonable advice you received with an exclamation mark was interpreted by others as a "snit", which unfortunately set the tone for much of the exchange that followed.
ItzKayley, while it's thoughtful of you to try to make explanations and answer for your friend, I think it does both of you a disservice. The first thought I had when you began answering for her was that the two of you were actually the same person, and I'm probably not the only one. Most members have encountered the routine of alter egos answering for each other here and elsewhere, and it's likely to make anything either of you say sound suspect. Assuming that's not the case, it tends to make it look as if your friend Dusty and Olivia cannot stand on her own two feet. It's quite possible she can, but when you answer for her you don't give her a chance to.
I point these things out in the hope that you will consider them going forward so that you can have a productive, enjoyable experience at the Horse Forum despite this thread.
That said, Dusty and Olivia, I think you've gotten about as much in the way of substantive advice as you could hope for based on the information you supplied in this thread and am closing it. If you decide you agree with the majority of members who suggested your horse is herd bound and would like to start a thread discussing the issue and how to resolve it, you are welcome to do so.