The reason I'm so set on trying to save him is because he is not only a nice horse, he also has very nice conformation. He's only seven years old. The only reason he bucks is because his old owners sent him to a "trainer" that would just saddle him up, jump on, and beat the living daylights out of him. He associates riding with pain, but when my trainer took him out for a trail ride after ten minutes of ground work, he didn't spook at a thing and behaved perfectly for the whole three hours of the ride. And it was a group ride! I'm just upset that the girl thinks that , and this is a quote from her, "If I can't ride him no one else can," >:( I've tried talking to her but she only will blame the horse. The auction is the first Sunday of next month.
It should be horse listening, not horse whispering