Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Boulder, colorado
it depends on how dominant your aggressor horse wants to be. I have a filly who is very dominant in personality, she's a joy to be around and loves her people but, put her in with horses and you'll get ears pinning, tail swishing, donkey kicking, teeth, bucking, and rearing (on the occasion of course) she even does what you describe as herding he other horses away from her people. but more often when there are new horses around as they're establishing a pecking order of sorts. Sometimes it resolves itself (usually) sometimes the aggressor needs to be removed until the less dominant horse feels more comfortable in the new pasture... Eventually with the reintroduction of the aggressor horse as the new guy on the block so the pecking order can be re-established. Sometimes nothing will work and they just need to be separated -shrugs- each horse has a mind of it's own. The aggressor might associates you with food so in his mind the best way to ensure he gets the most food is if he makes the other horse back off.
life has no remote control hitch them up and drive them your self
Last edited by Ashleysmardigrasgirl; 10-07-2012 at 11:22 PM.