I am a new proud owner of a 2 year old Clydesdale "Fancy" 17hh, and about 1800lbs. She is my first horse so I am new to it all. She would see other horses and break out to be with them. They would end up down the road. She likes helping other horses escape as well. She is the first clydesdale around here, so I can't afford for her to get to far away :)) Well I decided to get another horse, to keep her company. The other horse is not a clydes. I was worried about the size difference. She hasnt been out since, the neighbors are happy about that too. In the pasture they are fine together, Ma my other horse is a 3 year old unknown breed. She stays on Fancys side they are okay with sharing hay, and water. Sweet feed on the other hand, they have to be seperated. My problem is where Fancy came from she was the center of attention, although she was one of about 30 clydesdales she was the spoiled one. When I am in the pasture, she walkes circles around Ma, walks over her, and I have had to break up a fight. How do I correct this dominant behavior. I have been told once the alpha always an alpha, and that she wont stop that behavior. If I try to touch Ma, Fancy bites at her and Ma will go away. Fancy nips at her sides, now I think she automactically knows that if I am around only Fancy can be close to me. I know if I got rid of Ma Fancy would get back to her old tricks. Does anyone have and advice where to begin.