Horse + fence = not a happy me!

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        08-13-2012, 05:09 AM
    Horse + fence = not a happy me!

    So, me and Zoey have done hours of trails.
    She is amazing on trails BUT we have a few problems...
    1: If there is a fence she almost walks on top of it.
    2: She doesn't pay attention, for example, she will look at something and keep walking and not listen at all to me.
    Any advice?!?
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        08-13-2012, 07:29 AM
    Depending on the type of fencing she may not see it, especially wire. Just put your heel into her to get her to move her hiney and bend her to the same side. Riding serpentines usually gets their attention back to the rider.

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