09-22-2013, 08:52 PM
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Perhaps in the mean time you could work on the ground with her. Whenever I am introduced to a new horse I like to take the time to walk them around the arena, over obstacles (if available), play with their "buttons", and anything else you can think of. Typically, how a horse reacts on the ground, for instance, to pressure such as moving away from [pressure] or backing up will clue you in on how she/he will react under saddle, especially in terms of how much pressure you need apply.
I don't know, just food for thought :)