Originally Posted by althea44
well I gess i'll just talk to the trainer because I see
Its very not good
I knew that it's a big problem before but if even you guy's can't help it's
Not a good sign
Thank you all for your help :)
We can offer all the suggestions in the world but we can't help you understand them well enough to carry them out. We also can't physically see what the horse is doing (and what cues you might inadvertently be giving her).
We don't want to tell you "try this!" and then have you get hurt because you aren't quite sure how to execute things. That's why it would be better to have a good trainer work with you, or even train the horse for you if you that would be better and safer for you and the mare.