Correct. However, the horse we're talking about isn't a panick puller. Its an obstinate puller (by the sounds of the op's description) which is the point I was trying to make by my above post... The filly and the op's horse cannot be compaired because their reasons for pulling are entirely different. I was trying to inform the poster who posted that article, that Julie Goodnight does not condone the "Fight-it-out" method for obstinate pullers, she actually lists it as a method use as well as other methods and reasons as to why some methods that can be used for the obstinate puller cannot, should not, be used for the panick puller. And that another method should be used for the horse who pulls out of sheer panick.
Sorry I wasn't clear before. Long day and my body is in need of coffee. Oh, and if any of that makes sense, high-five!
"I was eight years old, and I've never forgotten her face when she told me about watching you ride. She told me she saw you, and your horse was dancing in the moonlight."
-- A.C. Crispin's "Sylvester"
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