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        11-23-2008, 08:34 AM
      #21
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    Originally Posted by smrobs    
    I understand that it is fun and exciting to lope up hills, I do it often. But it is always my choice when we do it and when we walk. Everyone does things their own way and prefers different things I just don't want to see anyone get hurt.
    Same here. Our mares know when I've given them free rein to pick their own speed for fun and when I want them to walk/trot/lope.
         
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        11-24-2008, 12:43 AM
      #22
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    I would definitely address this. I agree with those that have posted the advice to make him stop and proceed only at a walk. He is not respecting your commands or he is misinterpreting them. Would you let him take off in a trot or lope on flat ground if you didn't ask him to? A hill is no different when it comes to discipline and training. Yes, it is easier for a horse to lope up a hill, but sometimes you just have to say, "sucks to be you, horse!"
    Make him listen to you.
         

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