10-07-2013, 10:29 PM
| || | Well, I donít see any reason why not.
Originally Posted by Chickenoverlord
I am an advanced western rider, intermediate-advanced English (I have not figured out proper use of a double bridle yet), I pride myself on my hands and balance. I have never personally retrained a hard mouthed horse, but I have the instruction of an excellent trainer dailly, and I have had great success with him thus far. It also helps that (I am not saying that I treat him/trust him like a person) I have completely clicked with this horse, and can pretty much read his mind (I'm not discounting that he is a dangerous animal, or saying that he isn't unridictable).