01-27-2010, 09:14 PM
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I don't think it'll make a difference with her relationship with you either. As Kevin said, she is probably not getting enough of a leader impression from you. I would just work on moving yourself up the the ladder. =]
And as a side note, horses nip and kick and bite and rear up at each other all the time, and it is perfectly normal. I would only be concerned if the gelding you mentioned was vicious, not just establishing a hierarchy. Most of the time, they just get some hair and a layer or two of skin and then establish a pecking order.