When I first got her, I had the hardest time catching her. I used a break-away halter in the field with some (in moderation) treats.(no longer used) she is now easy to catch.
My mom and I went to go and visit the horses in the fields the other evening. I called out for luna, and she whinnied, and came cantering down to meet us. She stopped a good 10 feet away from us, but she is still in that awkward stage of my-legs-are-a-bit-too-long-for-my-body stage.
I was wondering, could this be potentally dangerous? She shows no signs of agression, and just seems well...excited to see me. She really dosen't have many friends in the field to play with (one younger paint mare who she is very close with) and gets pushed around a bit (shes a tiny one).
Is this a problem? Should I do something to fix this? If so, what should I be doing?
P.s. She dosent do it with anyone else, just to give you some insight.
Edit: aww nuts. I forgot the second "O" in "too". Sorry to all your grammar freaks out there! Lol!
Thank you so much for reading this!