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        09-29-2012, 02:05 AM
    Must say, you asked for tips & I do agree with Foxhunter's tip that you DON'T do it. Jaydee's advice is great too & I'd add if you're adamant about doing it, I'd find someone very experienced in it, to do it for you.

    Not trying to be facetious but can someone tell me what MR actually teaches, besides 'join up'(which is more like prey/predator behaviour, NOT as he preaches, 'alpha mare' behaviour)?? Oh and I also know about the halters, bodyarmour for gateshy racehorses, 'incureably aggressive' stallions with no teeth, etc.
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        09-29-2012, 02:21 AM
    We got a professional trainer to work with him, she'll start in a week to help us, will post any changes :)
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