|take an egg out of your pocket. Then without force crack the egg over the horses head (when the horses front legs are off the floor - it is too late once the front hooves have reconnected with the ground|
I have not heard of this but I will definiately try it the next time it's warm enough to ride. Call me a wuss but here in Ky, it's 25 degrees. My 13 yo daughter is in the round pend working w/ Charlie right now. Where am I? I'm in the house, typing on the computer, where it's warm.
In one of my other posts I mentioned Charlie getting into my building where we kept their feed. Since that incident the feed is in our house. At this building is where Charlie & I would have problems with him rearing. He wud place his head in the middle of the building. Almost like he was in time-out sticking his nose in the corner. It was almost comical if it wasn't so aggravating. This is where the rearing wud start. It never wasn't a "hi-ho silver rear" but maybe 3-4" popping up off the ground, just letting me know he didn't want to leave the security of the building.
Now that I've moved the feed elsewhere, I wonder if I will have the same problem the next time I'm under saddle?