jelous horse?? or VERY moody??

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        08-05-2008, 09:29 PM
    Green Broke
    jelous horse?? or VERY moody??

    I brought my best friend/ ex boyfriend to the barn with me today, and chance gave me the worse time ever then she normally does!

    Here are the chances in a list form
    usual thing she does:
    Standing still on cross ties
    Todays thing:
    Every time I talked to my friend/laughed she would stomp her hood or turn her head around and nudge me! Then once she bit me on the sholder when I stoped and talked or something

    Usual thing :
    Takes the bit in less then 2 minutes
    Todays thing:
    Took 15 minutes!! My friend was standing next to me.

    Usual thing:
    Canters right off
    Todays thing:
    Threw a buck then pinned her ears. Then cantered.
    [I checked for pain or heat wasnt anything I could see/feel]

    She jumped pretty well for me.

    She also tried to run over my friend when he was walking her..

    And she seemed to touch me a lot more then normal.

    At the end this made me soo frusterated with her I was so close to just quiting and throwing her in her stall I was curseing at her and everything lol I feel bad now but I think she kinda relized im not ignoreing her because at the end before we left I gave her 4 treats pet her a ton and gave her a scoop and 1/2 grain and some hay I think I made it up 2 her.

    Do you think she was jelous or just plain moody!
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        08-05-2008, 09:38 PM
    Green Broke
    It's hard to tell just by the description. My guess would be she's doing the usual mare thing... :roll: Just becuase her being jealous of your friend wouldn't affect her riding that much (I wouldn't think, but I don't know Chance that well)

    If she does this the next time he isn't there, then it's her being a mare, but if not she may just be jealous. Because I know that horses (or mules) can be the jealous type. Red (the mule I worked with everyday) had a fit when I stopped working with him and worked with duke twice a day. Now he gives me the cold shoulder :roll:
        08-05-2008, 10:28 PM
    Green Broke
    Aw lol and hmm ill see how she is when he's not there.

    Mares!! :roll:

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