Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: North Dakota, USA
Since the horse doesn't buck for the owner (or you as you say), it could just be that the horse needs a confident and experienced rider. When people got to see a horse that's for sale, they are a little apprehensive or even nervous. The horse can sense that. They will test that rider. Basically, to see if the rider is worthy enough to ride. Once the rider can establish or show the horse that they can be in charge, the horse quits it's antics.
Edit: BTW, this is only from 6 years experience. I do understand a lot about their behaviors but I won't say I know it all.
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Last edited by usandpets; 11-24-2012 at 06:01 PM.