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        01-03-2013, 03:52 PM
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    Green Broke
    Im not making reasons for thinking she wont get over it, I know she will. I was assuming you meant to use her stall as an enclosed place and I was just explaining that I didnt have one.

    I've retrained 5 problem horses (bronc, rearer, kicker, no respect, and dead mouthed/sided) and never used a stall. I've always had somewhere that wasnt 10+ acres or had access to a road. I always had somewhere fenced off so I don't have to worry about getting her hit by a truck or such. While I don't think she'd tear off down the driveway, but there is a chance since Buddy's done it before.

    Also, she has patience tied..she doesnt fidget (she'll look around if im doing something and watch me), she doesnt pull back, etc..she just stands. Im not sure where I said she tied badly?
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