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post #11 of 11 Old 12-01-2012, 01:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Baylen Jaxs View Post
Went to the tack store and bought a little higher then my chest lunge whip with about a almost five foot rope hanging off of it. Went to round penning him tonight, now that I had something to defend myself with and get after he thought not to mess with me.

He surly did try buck kicking and kicking out, backing up with his butt, and charged me twice. He got more then a couple slaps to the butt and a slap to the neck a couple times when charging. Needless to say, he was licking and chewing by the time we were done and he was being ever so nice. So lets hope all kinks are worked out lol. He is left in the round pen for now, I'm still not going to let him out till I can trust him enough not to go all haywire on me again. He's got hay and water so he's okay for now.

Feels so good to get that licking and chewing when you have been working so hard at something.
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