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post #11 of 17 Old 06-05-2012, 03:58 PM Thread Starter
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We've played get the bacon before on the ground...So I know the rules, for the most part.
I can imagine that game getting pretty exciting on horseback!
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post #12 of 17 Old 06-05-2012, 04:05 PM
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We've played get the bacon before on the ground...So I know the rules, for the most part.
I can imagine that game getting pretty exciting on horseback!
What is "get the bacon"? It sounds amazing!

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What is "get the bacon"? It sounds amazing!
Read my last post, I described it ;) Except I call it Steal the Bacon
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my sister and I play round up. We have 8 horses out in a 5 acre pasture and me and he see who can get the most horses into the other pen. Or tag. But round up is defintally the most fun, it is good for you and ur horse, it teaches quickness, cutting, team work and bonding .helps with a horse that wont listen very well because they have to say attention.
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my sister and I play round up. We have 8 horses out in a 5 acre pasture and me and he see who can get the most horses into the other pen. Or tag. But round up is defintally the most fun, it is good for you and ur horse, it teaches quickness, cutting, team work and bonding .helps with a horse that wont listen very well because they have to say attention.
What happens when the other horses don't "want" to be herded, and get...well sassy?
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What happens when the other horses don't "want" to be herded, and get...well sassy?
we have an extra rope on our saddles. If they try to get sassy we twirl it around and get closer to there shoulder so that they turn and go were we want them to. We have one horse that questions our athority and will charge, wen he does, we end up slapping him in the shoulder or neck. Shows him who is in charge. If they are to lazy then we push them toward the pen with more aggresion so they listen.its not about what they want itsabout respect.

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post #17 of 17 Old 06-05-2012, 10:53 PM Thread Starter
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Sounds like you do what I was thinking I could do. :)

Batting a ball around with a pole on horseback sounds like a good way to start! This is going to be fun...:)
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