Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Cuyahoga Falls, OH
I can sort of understand where you're coming from. I think the reason you get intimidated when you are on his level is because you know that if he pulls some crap and acts up that he's either going to drag you with him, break something in your body, kill you etc. You know he's more powerful than you especially when your on the ground, at his level. When you're on his back, you have more control due to a bit being in his mouth, and you know that if he bucks, rears, takes off, etc, that all you have to do is hold on and ride it out. Sometimes I get the same way as you, but the more you work with those kinds of horses the more you know what to do in certain situations and how to avoid them.
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