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    • 3 Post By DuffyDuck

     
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        08-13-2013, 08:46 AM
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    Foal
    Oh gosh...

    So weve had this horse for awhile now and I took him to horse camp everyone was like we were surprised you didn't die on that horse.. it made me mad so much and I've been working with him and he keeps getting better and better I need sound training tips... fun games to play with your horse on the ground and games to play were your horse gets used to your weight in the saddle I would explain why my gelding needs this but I don't feel like getting yelled at even though I didn't do it.
         
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        08-13-2013, 08:53 AM
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    Green Broke
    The more information you can give, the more detailed answers will be given.

    My suggestion would be to write down absolutely everything. If people get heated, it is only because they care about your safety and the welfare of the horse, not because they are trying to upset you.

    With the information you have given there is very little people can offer to help..
         
        08-13-2013, 12:59 PM
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    Started
    Let me help by thrwoing questions out there..
    - Why were the people surprised you didn't "die" from the horse? What happened?
    - Why did it make you mad?
    - What does your horse need to work on?
    - What kind of training tips does your horse/you need?
    - About the fun games with your horse on ground.... Are you saying you have done that or is that some tips and advice you need?
    - Why would you get yelled at? And for what?
    - What did you not do?



    And just out of curiosity, what is your age?
         

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