Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Ontario, Canada
I'll have no problems taking him back to yearling training. I was simply asking for advice for my specific space related issue since I don't have the space I'd like. This barn is relatively new to me - but I've been around horses for years.
I suppose my only option (one I'm going to struggle with) would be to go about finding another barn. As I feel that he has the ground training everywhere else (leading, tacking, ground commands - i.e. back up, woah, stand, etc.) but requires that little bit of explosive behaviour in a safe environment to allow the training to really stick.
Thanks everyone :)
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