So I was looking on Youtube at things that people have taught their horse and things that they do on their horse for fun and I thought it would be cool to teach Cheyenne a trick or two...or just for ideas of things I can do on her when I just go to the barn to play in the paddock.
Cheyenne doesn't buck or rear at anyone (except occastionally other horses or if she's super hot) and I trust her SOOO much! She WILL follow me around and stuff and she'll do A LOT for a treat. She's 24 so she's not the most flexable horse in the world but she can bend well and she still has LOADS of energy.
I've gotten her to bow once by just putting one of her legs forward and making her reach between her legs for a treat. I've slid off her butt before and she didn't care, I can do 'around the world' on her and she'll occasionally take a step forward but from a walk she's super easy to stop. I've stood on her back once, I've hung from her neck (which was tricky because she's only 14hh :p )
What else can I do with her just for fun? What do you do with your horses? What tricks have you taught them and how?
Just thought this would be a fun thread :)