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    06-05-2011, 03:24 PM
Teaching a newly broken horse

I have been very lucky and have a very layed back 3 year old mare, I have started to break her just recently with her 2 month old foal following us around, I have had no problems what so ever long reining and so on, I have been able to just jump on her back with out any problems, but when ever I try to get her to trot she just wont do it, she will do it on the long rein but not when im on her back, and I don't want to desensitise her to my leg by kicking and kicking but I don't know what els to do, could anyone offer and advice? Thanks.

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