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    02-17-2011, 08:52 PM
  #81
Yearling
Tinyliny,
I feel that you are now giving me some very good advice and sometimes think everyone lives on a ranch and has 5000 acres out their back door.

Ranch life is pretty hard at times and we try to solve problems with the simplest fix we can find and try to stay as safe as we can.
I have had a lot of help from the old timers that came before.

The kids that grow up here like the one I posted a picture of are pretty tough too I guess.

I sometimes forget that I might be talking to someone that has never been in the wide open.

Thank you for the perspective.

This is my arena.....


     
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    02-17-2011, 09:07 PM
  #82
Super Moderator
Shazam! I wanna be there! What time is dinner?
     
    02-18-2011, 01:52 AM
  #83
Trained
[QUOTE=Nina;931834]I actually asked for advice to help me along the way to rectify the problem which now does not exist. The answer given to me was to SELL MY HORSE, correct me if im wrong but this is not a solution QUOTE]

I made that 'suggestion' after reading through several posts of yours prior to responding of back and forth discussiong between you and other posters 'discussing' what you had tried, what had worked, what didn't, etc, etc...there were suggestions given that SHOULD have worked if they really were implemented properly, so my perception on the situation is that you were probably not quite experienced to break in a young horse yet, especially one with his background, so yes, I suggested selling, or finding someone to work with you one one one...I love how you left that part out of my original response to you. As a trainer, I want both horse and owner to remain safe...which is why I suggested what I did due to what I read here.

At any rate I'm glad you seem to have worked through his little stubborn streak, and I hope you can continue to progress.
     
    02-18-2011, 01:58 AM
  #84
Showing
Marecare, I would love to come visit you someday. You have access to some beautiful country out there. My Dad spent quite a bit of time out there (Sacramento area, I think) working for a rancher and a hackamore reinsman by the name of Sid Mails (sp?).
     
    02-18-2011, 02:39 AM
  #85
Yearling
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Originally Posted by smrobs    
Marecare, I would love to come visit you someday. You have access to some beautiful country out there. My Dad spent quite a bit of time out there (Sacramento area, I think) working for a rancher and a hackamore reinsman by the name of Sid Mails (sp?).
I never had the pleasure of meeting the gentleman and sorry that I did not.

You are welcome to come on by any time and help me waste the day away riding horses.
     

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