One thing I love about Snickers is how well he is trained to trailer. It was done by his first trainer and now I just have to point to a trailer and he will go in and stand quietly with no leading at all, just a halter and the lead rope in my hand. But he dislikes when the trailer is standing with him inside, for example, at a red light or in a traffic jam, then he paws the floor.
Poppy - Is Lizzy that annoying size that's slightly too small for a full but slightly too big for a cob? That's what Rosie is. I think she has a full head but needs cob cheek pieces? Anyway its annoying
Haha. Gracie is a little difficult to fit as well. The cob fits well enough in the headstall, but she needs a horse noseband. Silly awkward filly.
My girls do alright with a trailer. Gracie will hop right in, I didn't have to do much training for that. Just walked her into the trailer. Ricci is a big girl so she gets a little claustrophobic. Worse case scenario, I lunge her into the trailer, she doesn't take long. I've dealt with hard to load horses, it sucks.
Brock's just a little too big for most full bridles but too small for most warmblood ones. The noseband and throatlash are the difficult bits, he's got a very deep jaw for the length of his head. Posted via Mobile Device