01-09-2012, 09:34 PM
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I have no personal experience in the matter, but I've heard it said that the horse is better off completely blind in the bad eye so that they aren't spooked by shadows they can't focus on. If you don't want to blind her surgically--which I totally understand--you might experiment with blindfolding on that side her while working with her. See if that makes her a little less anxious.
Beyond that, I'd just do the usual trusting exercising and desensitizing.