Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: west palm beach, fl
is she maybe in pain somewhere? Where are your hands right before she rears? I have a gelding who rears, his previous owners would get scared and pull on his mouth when he did something that startled them, which would startle him, and hed go up to get away from the pressure of the bit. Anything from a couple inches off the ground to full on omg he's going to flip type stuff. They'd get more scared and get off, thus rewarding the behavior. So now, when he's done working, he throws his head and does these little pop rears.