01-17-2011, 10:41 PM
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I would suggest you seek out a professional in your area to give you both some lessons and a tune-up. A person being right there can see exactly what's going on (i.e. Is it truly a buck, where a horse leaps and both back feet come up, versus a kick, and what is causing it) and how to fix it. You will get instant feedback, and the pro will be able to direct you exactly on how to handle your situation.
Don't get discouraged, we all have these moments.