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    06-12-2012, 11:40 PM
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Foal
my horse is afriad of saddles

My name is Nicki and my mustang mare is broke. I can ride her bare back but it's a constient 15 minutes of ring around the rosey to get the saddle on her back. Then a couple weeks ago I tryed to get on her while the saddle was on her back, and she started to buck. I need any advice I can get, becuase I've never had a horse in my life do this. And this is my frist horse I've owned
     
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    06-12-2012, 11:41 PM
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Trained
Get a trainer. They will be able to give you hands on help.
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    06-12-2012, 11:42 PM
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Weanling
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Originally Posted by mustanglover1992    
My name is Nicki and my mustang mare is broke.
I've never had a horse in my life do this. And this is my frist horse I've owned
Not as broke as you think she is. Can you afford a trainer?
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    06-12-2012, 11:47 PM
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Trained
Sorry-I agree with both of the above. You will need the help of a trainer. She is definitely NOT broke.
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    06-12-2012, 11:49 PM
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Green Broke
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Originally Posted by mustanglover1992    
My name is Nicki and my mustang mare is broke. I can ride her bare back but it's a constient 15 minutes of ring around the rosey to get the saddle on her back. Then a couple weeks ago I tryed to get on her while the saddle was on her back, and she started to buck. I need any advice I can get, becuase ive never had a horse in my life do this. And this is my frist horse I've owned
??? I'm having a little trouble following that. How much experience do you have with horses? Is this horse one that you have gotten unstarted and are attempting to train yourself or is it a horse that came to you trained and you are having troubles with due to your own inexperience?
The short answer is, you both need the assistance of a professional before one, or both, of you is injured or otherwise damaged by these attempts.
     
    06-12-2012, 11:58 PM
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Foal
If she wasnt broke you guys then I wouldnt be able to ride her bareback without an issue. And no I can't afforid a trainer. I've had some exsperencie, with rideing I've been around horses scene I was 6 but this is the first horse I've owned. And she know's me pritty well. And I dought she's going to hurt me, she's more likely to hurt my cuzin then me. Becuz im around her every day and im strong then my cuzin and the people at the barn that im at to work with her. I aint dumb with horses, im just trying to do the best for my little girl. She take's and under stands her bit. I just believe she's had trama in the past from former abouse. And I know she has, cause when I bought her, she was in a muddy paducked with a bad case of slipper foot. Which she didnt have her feet done all winter
     
    06-12-2012, 11:59 PM
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Weanling
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Originally Posted by mustanglover1992    
if she wasnt broke you guys then I wouldnt be able to ride her bareback without an issue. And no I can't afforid a trainer. I've had some exsperencie, with rideing I've been around horses scene I was 6 but this is the first horse I've owned. And she know's me pritty well. And I dought she's going to hurt me, she's more likely to hurt my cuzin then me. Becuz im around her every day and im strong then my cuzin and the people at the barn that im at to work with her. I aint dumb with horses, im just trying to do the best for my little girl. She take's and under stands her bit. I just believe she's had trama in the past from former abouse. And I know she has, cause when I bought her, she was in a muddy paducked with a bad case of slipper foot. Which she didnt have her feet done all winter
And with that, *I'm out*.
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    06-13-2012, 12:02 AM
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Foal
I mean I got someone over in NY who dose the extreme mustang mackover's whos willing to help me free of charge. But it's just setting up a time and place for her to help me.
     
    06-13-2012, 12:10 AM
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Trained
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Originally Posted by mustanglover1992    
i mean I got someone over in NY who dose the extreme mustang mackover's whos willing to help me free of charge. But it's just setting up a time and place for her to help me.
I suggest you make yourself available, and soak up what they tell you like a sponge. Just because you can sit on a horse bareback does not make them "broke".
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    06-13-2012, 12:14 AM
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Green Broke
By doing what's best for her (and you) would be getting both of you a trainer.
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