Okay so my 10 year old gelding "Ransom" has been acting up lately and I was actually considering selling him for awhile. I've thought it through and decided it's not fair to give up on him so quicky.
In order to keep him and enjoy riding him, he will be undergoing some training and later in the springtime, he will be going through barrel training! (so excited)
So when he's done training I will need to become more firm with him and stop letting him walk all over me. He's the type of horse that will take advantage of any little opportunity.
Does anyone have any tips for becoming more strict so I don't let him get away with moving while mounting, resisting the bit, coming off the rail and only going where he wants to go.
Thanks so much for your help! I appreciate it :)
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