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    11-27-2010, 04:22 AM
My mare is taught to rear on command, but she knows when enough is enough. But I did not teach her under saddle that's for sure!! She doiesnt even rear under saddle anyeays so im lucky :) tess can also bow, hug, lay down, fart when im near her tail (i didnt teach her that), smile,....and the rest.
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    11-27-2010, 03:48 PM
Hey I'v read where everybody says that it's a bad idea to teach your horse to rear and I also think it's a bad idea because you could be on the horse while the horse rears and the horse could loose balance and could fall over on you and brake bones on both you and the horse I know I have had a horse rear and fall over on me I was lucky and she landed on my leg and didn't break anything but it didn't feel very well defiantly not an experiance I would try to do over again. I think if you decide to do this trick you have to really know and understand what you are doing and if you decided to sell your horse you will have to fully tell the buyer what you taught the horse because you might be legally and maybe even finacially liable even after you sell the horse.
    11-28-2010, 01:31 AM
Green Broke
Sheesh and here I am trying to get my horse to STOP rearing. DO NOT train for rearing.

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