Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: ♥♥Scandinavian Community up north♥♥
If she starts bucking, make sure you pull her head up and back so she can't gain leverage and launch you out of the saddle. You don't want her to hurt you on accident.
Is she being terrorized by the other horses in the pasture? Is she at a new barn and wary of her surroundings? Those could be some reasons for her bucking.
Also is she crow hopping or full out bucking like bulls do? She could be crow hopping. One of my horses crow hops when she gets really over the top excited or when she has a bunch of built up energy from not being ridden enough.
The best remedy for the soul is to sit on the back of a horse.