Since starting work with this spoiled horse....it seems I've been hearing this a LOT.
"Oh, she's a real good horse...except when it's time for the farrier. Then it takes two people to hold her - plus we use the twitch."
"Oh, she's real good horse....except she doesn't like A, B, or C."
"Oh, she's a real good horse...except she's been spoiled some."
"Oh, D is real good with that horse...if she won't come in - D just puts the treats in a bucket and eventually she'll come around."
"Oh, K is real good riding her...except she can't always get the horse to do what she wants."
Is it just me - or does it sound like these folks don't quite get the definition of "real good horse" ?
Please share some of the "real good....except" stories you've heard...