Nope don't know that stuff, and think it's terrible advise. You have an aggressive horse, and you are suggesting someone gets on the ground behind it?
Once your horse vet checks out, assuming all is ok, it needs a come to Jesus meeting.
I think they didn't mean aggressive horse.
Just a scared/timid one, whereby you just have to show them you are not a threat.
With aggressive horses, depending on the reason, you have to show them you're in charge, not that you're not a threat.
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