11-27-2011, 01:49 PM
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How do you know he is not in any kind of pain? Sometimes lunging puts the horse on such a small circle that it does make them more umcomfortable than typical riding.
If not, then you have to have a good whip in your hand, and when he turns toward you, you need to crack that whip good and hard, and even lay a good snap on HIM if he continues to move toward you. Usually this sort of thing is the horse knows that he can buffaloe you with this behavior. So, you have to show him that you won't be buffaloed.
I think I might have someone with more experience than you work with him the first couple of times and help you make yourself beleivably stern.