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    03-02-2008, 10:20 PM
  #11
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Vidaloco
I got her stopped and everyone was impressed I had stayed on her. I was kinda proud of myself too, it was a real crow hopping stop.
I hate those.... but I'm getting used to it because the little babies aren't quite sure how to stop yet.... But whats worst is when they're at a dead run going SIDEWAYS!! It's awkward and you can't balance very well..... I wonder what that looks like
     
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    03-27-2008, 10:52 PM
  #12
Foal
one rein stops

Ihad never thought much about the O.R.S. Always trained my horses to stop with it then I got a new mustang that was broken in colorado and I had ridden him a few times here no big deal . But I was rideing a wagon train in georgia and a mare spooked behind me and my horse took off almost sending me out the back door thank gosh for the night latch but we were headed to a lake and he was bent on going in and I wasnt since I don't swim , well that's when I relized he didnt know a thing about O R S well he hit the water by him self and I went to hospital with a broken ankle . Cause I got off at a dead run cause I aint goin swimmin for no one not even my horse . He stop about 10ft in water to his bellie , and guarantee he learned the one rein stop when we got home . Lil foot note I still can't swim hehe haha but he knows to stop when you just say whoa boy now
     
    03-28-2008, 12:09 AM
  #13
Showing
I use them once in awhile if Lexi tries to run off or something, like in the arena she can be a little bit hyper some days, so it helps a lot to slow her down. ;) I swear, she acts like she's a TB sometimes!
     



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