Originally Posted by wetrain17
I would try sitting her down and having a real converstaion with her. Explain to her why it isn't okay for a horse to push her around so hard that she falls to the ground. I agree that someone shouldnt be afraid of horses, but they need to know of the dangers involved. Look at her as a kid and how you would explain it to them so they would understand it. If you come across aggressive she wont hear you.
I would also speak with my family member(s) who were directly involved with the property and ask, again - if you have already, that they not allow others to interact with your horse(s) while they are on their property. I understand this can be a sticky situation/conversation, especially if they aren't charging you anything for the horse(s) to be there and/or are the type to get pissy and say, "Well, then move your horse(s)" - but ultimately it is their "job" to be in control of the people they have on their property, especially when they have opened themselves up to the liability of having someone else's property/livestock also on that property, family or no.