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    10-20-2009, 08:46 PM
  #71
Green Broke
Gentle tugs? I am confused as to why any 2 year old horse anywhere in any part of training needs "reminder tugs". Those terms are like an ultimate oxymoron in horsemanship.

Yeah, she's well behaved - she's only 2. Give her some time. We've all seen the countless number of gate sour nervous wreck horses and if we're wondering where they orginate from, this would be a prime example.

And yet again, the only reason I'm being snippity is because she went off her rocker when people suggested not riding a 2 year old, and claiming she didn't say things she had and all sorts of other arguementative aspects.
     
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    10-20-2009, 09:19 PM
  #72
Foal
Thanks everyone! Your advice is greatly appreciated. Will keep all your suggestions in mind. Good or bad. Thanks
     

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