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Is it a Behaviour, Pain or Training issue?

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        01-27-2009, 09:46 PM
      #11
    Weanling
    I absolutely have to agree with Onetoomany.. I read this earlier and thought that myself, but some people don't mind it as much as I would! And as she said, its a give aspect. There are many different methods to taking the foot, and some really good ones here too!
         
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        01-27-2009, 10:11 PM
      #12
    Foal
    I agree 100%. There is no way that I would let that fly. I agree that holding onto them the best you can and making her stand is the best way. I also think that you need to be the one to this because it is going to help you build confidence and get a better feel of your horse. She needs to learn to respect you. Small steps and then reward.
         
        01-28-2009, 01:35 AM
      #13
    Yearling
    My Dad said that her old owner could still ride her, and I'm guessing he is the one that's cleaning her feet out. I think half the reason she is such a problem of a horse is because she has 2 totally different people working with her.

    I went out to see her today, and all I can say is wow! I got Mum to hold her so she couldnt walk forward and couldnt rub her head on me, and she stood there kinda nicely, she did move for foot around for a little bit and I did let go but I picked it up again and she let me finish the job. Still wont touch her back ones though.
         

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