Preventing buddy sourness!
Haha pretty surprised that my computer didn't mark sourness as a misspelled word- didn't think that was actually a real word there!
I am very possibly getting another horse and then I would probably pasture it with Casey (she doesn't share her pasture with another horse unfortunately) and in the short time I have owned horses they have been kept in private pastures, and was wondering how you would go about preventing buddy sourness.. Obviously establishing yourself at the top of the herd pecking order, but the horses would most likely still be attached to each other and be reluctant to leave. I have dealt with buddy sour horses but that was just riding a few times, I didn't own them and work with them every day. And most of the time I wouldnt be riding them with each other. Tips anyone?
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