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        10-25-2012, 06:00 PM
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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 she's very proud of herself (Im pretty proud of both of them) but I feel like he's kinda still defiant. Maybe Im being impatient, over worrying. Im sure Salem needs help and Im just trying to figure out how
         
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        10-26-2012, 01:15 PM
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    So after little consideration I've 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 I've 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?
         

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