Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Northwest Tennessee
I'm training Ray, but have found that keeping him in a pasture and not in a barn and riding him often is a good way to get results. (Bags blow and get caught in fences, flags flapping, cows and goats jumping all over the place, dogs barking, turkeys running across the pasture, that tarp on the hay bales, tractors, cars, motorcycles, other horses, 4-wheelers etc. etc. don't bother him now.) He's a year or 2 younger than yours and I'm a teenager with no riding instructor. If we can do this, you can!