Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Southeastern PA
That's so wonderful, but the credit goes to you for doing what you needed to do. So pleased that it is working out well for you. He sounds like the type of horse that you might always need to have a firmer hand with rather than treating and snuggling with.
I wouldn't worry too much about that 1% of times that he's harder to catch. If we are honest, that happens to everyone. Lucas trots to me in the pasture 99% of the time - but I went there last night just to check on him. I was in flip flops and only wanted to give him a quick look over to make sure all was well, but apparently the grass was especially tasty yesterday. He looked at me a few times but it was quite apparent that he was not willing to cross the stream and come to me. So I checked him from afar, and he seemed just fine so I left. LOL. Little bugger.