Strange- That sounds just like Willow. She's 13h Haflinger Cross. Does the little bucks until you let her know you aren't going to put up with it then she's good as gold. : )
Haha yeah. It scared the little kids we usually put on him and since he knew they were scared he'd keep doing it. So I just rode him for a while for fun. XD I really wanted to stick him in my truck and just take him home. He was absolutely adorable!
Here's a picture of him! We called hi, Fabio.
He's super obese, I know. I kept telling my boss we didn't need to give him pellets like the rest of the horses because he's a pony and not that old anyway. But they never listened. In the winter he was so cute and fluffy! I love that pony haha. I totally wanted to teach him to go english and jump.
NOTE: The girl holding him is like 5'1", so she makes him look bigger than he really is, lol.
I'm breaking a 9hh or 10hh mini for a little girl right now. I'm the smallest person at the barn that could do it, but I'm not planning on riding her tons, just enough to get her to understand stuff. I'm finding that walking beside her with the reins in my hands and leaning some weight in the saddle is doing just as well though..
She's so cute too!!
`A coupple of weeks ago I rode my 33.5" shetland gelding and I am 5'8 her was really good as it was is first time not being led (I am backing him) but he wouldn't turn or stop and would ocastionaly break into a trot but apart from that really good.