01-20-2011, 02:41 AM
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If worse comes to worse, you could use a chain over his nose for a few days as a "reminder".
Try first getting a crop, and using it as an extension of your arm to "block" him. It may also aid you to back him if he still bull dozes over to the hay. I would ask him to back, and if I get no response, ask again, and if you still get no response, give him a little pop with the crop and demand him to back.
You might find some free lunging to help establish more control. Use a lunge whip as a last resort, and try to use your body position to control him through transitions and changes of direction. You'll be amazed at the difference in how he leads after only 10-15 minutes.