Originally Posted by MustangGirl
Sounds like your fault. Until you stop being defensive and fix your riding, your horse won't get better. You said he cantered fine for a green beginner but not you, and then you said you are the only one he allows on him? That's a little contradicting.
Sounds like you are making excuses for him, which is why he has issues with the canter.
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I have already been working on the problem
I never said she was a green beginner, the girl who rode him simply was not at my level. She is an advanced rider, but not at my level. He cantered for her about 1 month ago, and that's when the problem first started. Before you try and give me advice, read what I write. This is already resolved, and you obviously did not read the entire question.
I find it funny how everyone on here is so quick to bash someone else's riding that they have never seen, but NOT answer the question.
I understand that most of the time it is the riders fault, but this horse has issues and I have improved my riding as best as I can.
This morning my trainer said he wouldn't allow her on him, he is fully aware that I am his only owner.
He is a horse who needs only one person, he gets very very attatched to one person who is willing to work with him
I am tired of people being so quick to be rude, and not answer the question Posted via Mobile Device