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Cow question + a thank you

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        07-04-2012, 01:55 AM
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    Cow question + a thank you

    I have been working with Koby and getting him back in shape recently and have posted a could threads about getting him to respond to the bit more, and getting him to be softer. Well...all of your guys's advice worked! We had a wonderful ride today and I am looking forward to getting into team penning and gaming. I received advice on getting him to respond better to the bit. I learned that if he pushes against the bit when I am giving intructions, to give him the same resistance + a little more until he gives in to the pressure, then I release. After just a couple rides he is doing so much better. He is responding with the slightest touch and isn't being such a brat. So I just wanted to thank all of you who helped me. I appreciate is so much. I will there is a cattle ranch down the road that my farrier owns so I am going to talk to him about letting me work some cows! It will be my first time. Does anyone here have experience with cows? Some tips would be great! Thanks again.
    ~Kayla
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        07-05-2012, 04:19 PM
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