Also if you knew how to fix the problem you wouldn't be asking on the forum, and this horse would of been corrected swiftly and severely for its aggression towards you at the first hint of it. If I could talk to your parents I'd tell them not to let you get anywhere near this horse. For him to be "good" then change to aggression shows lack of training and a horse being spoiled. And now this horse will be even worse the next time it tries to boss you. Something I have a feeling he does all the time anyways even when being "good", but you don't have the know how to recognize it. I'm guessing your a teenager so you have the invincibility and I know it all complex that we all get at that age. But listen to us who have been training for many years and have dealt with several horses. You are in danger of being kicked, bitten, ran over, struck, and stomped all if which will be very painful, could break bones, disfigure you, paralyze you, or kill you. You have two options get a trainer and correct the bad behavior, something if you can should watch how they do it, or sell the horse. Get yourself something broke save your body. There are some injuries that even at a young age can stay with you and hurt all the time. Take it from me who suffers from chronic pain due to injury. Please make the smart and mature decision for your own safety.
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Last edited by Peppy Barrel Racing; 03-08-2013 at 01:23 PM.