Originally Posted by possumhollow
No, you don't need to be given advice on how to handle her, you need a trainer and fast. If you continue you are liable to get that mare sent to auction or worse by your parents if she keeps hurting you. Ask my oldest daughter about that. She had a horse drag her over 200 feet of gravel. The horse was dead before nightfall because that was his last 'second' chance she'd begged for him. She was your age.
my dad just called the 1 and only trainer and they are coming this week, because he said it was too much, and I don't know what to do if the trainer can't help me because there isno other trainer. I live in the middle of nowere and this county has only 150 people alot have horses and 1 trainer!!
Thank you soo much
And I don't know why she does this because we have more horses and I also ride my dads thoroughbred that is a very hot horse but she listens to me perfectly and I treat them the same, also my moms quarterhorse is very respectful toward me too.
Anyways at least I got a hold of the trainer
I feel bad because when she bucked and when I got up and caught her I slapped her now I regret it. Did I do somthing wrong? Will she forget it? Or when ever she sees me she'll think i;ll hurt her