I know I'm somewhat bragging here, but... I'm really confused... I started taking lessons with the dressage trainer couple months back. I think she's knowledgeable (I tried several trainers before), and what she says and teaches make sense (although she's very loud lol!). My qh made pretty good progress so far.
Now the problem is my paint totally hates her. She won't let her to put saddle pad, she doesn't let her to bridle, when she tries to work on ground (like do some lateral or lower the head) she's VERY stubborn and refuses to do anything (while I can just give her a hint and she does it) and keeps ears pinned back all the time while the trainer is around her. The trainer said paint will have to like her, but it's not getting any better, but getting worse every time IMO. Now the trainer wants to put her in some groundwork program basically to work with her on lunging, lateral, and such. And I'm really afraid that it won't make any good for the horse, because she'll be pissed all the time. So... Should I still let it all go? Or should I decline the "groundwork" lessons and just ask to go with the mounted ones? And if so HOW to say it so the person won't go nuts (as I said she's a good trainer)?