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    04-09-2013, 08:19 AM
If you enjoy schooling and don't want to give up on it entirely, try keeping the sessions short and sweet and then take the horse on a nice trail ride immediately afterwards.
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    04-09-2013, 08:37 AM
Green Broke
You can school out on trails no problem, I normaly hack out to school ponykins unless I have a specific issue (or with Reeco, lots of issues).
    04-09-2013, 08:48 AM
Green Broke
See..mine hates ring work and trails xD She does as asked but you can tell she has no interest in it. She needs a specific job. A to B destinations.

She loved team penning when I took her. I'm hoping barrels will be enough for her to not be bored and annoyed, lol. Sadly enough though, I think she's going to pitch a fit with english pleasure, but if she'll place in it, she's going to be showing in the classes, lol.

I just want her to actually like barrels, because her turns are absolutely beautiful at a trot.
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