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    02-08-2008, 11:31 AM
  #1
Foal
Help me!!!!

All greetings! At me such problem. When I go on horses, a horse me does not obey and does not wish to go at a tort, goes at a walk. A horse itself rolling. How to be? Already незнаю as to do. Under others at a tort goes only so. We with it go on a floor and there we are trained with the trainer. Near to the trainer a mare not obedient, spoke that at it the broken mentality earlier what to do? A mare on half heavy truck.

P.S: I am engaged dressage. :) :(
Help me please.

And you are engaged in what kind of equestrian sport?
     
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    02-08-2008, 11:46 AM
  #2
Showing
Hello! I do dressage as well.
Have you spoken to your trainer about this? It is a very big problem if your horse only walks and rolls while you're on her back, so I would definitely suggest talking to your trainer.
With horses like that, you need to be very aggressive and establish that you're the boss, and misbehavior isn't going to be acceptable.. does that make sense?
     
    02-08-2008, 01:12 PM
  #3
Foal
JustDressageIt

Yes, I spoke with the trainer. It has told, me on other horse but the matter is that I have got used to its character. Once it nearly has not thrown off me directly in fields. The matter is that the foal there ran and is direct on us with a mare. I had to grasp a neck of a horse, I likely am correct it have made? And you long are engaged dressage? I recently, am pleasant to me. What breed of a horse is pleasant to you? To My mare of 15 years. You heard about Nevzorov's technique how you to it concern?)

:)
     
    02-09-2008, 12:18 PM
  #4
Weanling
Sorry, it's kind of hard to understand you but I'll try my best.

Whenever your horse stops, paws and acts like thier going to roll, the first thing to do is KEEP THEM FORWARD. No matter what, keep them walking. Walk with a crop, and whenever they stop and sniff the ground, walk and tap her with the crop. This is really dangerous.
     
    02-09-2008, 12:31 PM
  #5
Foal
Cheval

Thanks big for an explanation, I shall try to consult next time! As to danger, I know itself but what to do, if I already in it was and not time. I am afraid of this foal, and I am afraid repeated of situations, a foal посется in a floor, and I am engaged in a floor on a unbalanced mare, result - I can be traumatized. The parade-ground is not present, one floor, the river, and lake. The trainer costs in the party and to me explains, I try to consult. You had falling or dangerous situations astride?))
     

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