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post #11 of 12 Old 10-25-2012, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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And I do worry that Lexi, the little girl, will become discouraged. But I should have mentioned that in 4 lessons they have both come a long ways. He does listen better and shes very proud of herself (Im pretty proud of both of them) but I feel like hes kinda still defiant. Maybe Im being impatient, over worrying. Im sure Salem needs help and Im just trying to figure out how

My horse is like my leg- if I lost it, I would probably not die, but I would never be the same, never be complete.
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post #12 of 12 Old 10-26-2012, 01:15 PM Thread Starter
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So after little consideration Ive come to the way obvious conclusion that if I want Salem to work for these little ones, I need to do more work myself.Arena work-yuck lol Neither of us is terribly fond of it but Ive recently switched from working 6 days a week to 3 or 4 and I endeavor to use this free time getting my baby horse in gear- we have a mission!
Started last night,went out and worked him in the arena.I was pleased at the speedy dissapearence of reluctance after only a little extra motivation (aka riding crop) so we will see if I can get the boy to be serious. I also left my sturrips where they were for my lesson so he could work with my legs in a different spot,where hers will be,do you think this will help?

My horse is like my leg- if I lost it, I would probably not die, but I would never be the same, never be complete.
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