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    05-24-2012, 10:06 AM
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My friends tb can't be ridden bareback because he gets himself so syked up hed bolt because he thinks he's back on the race track because the weights more concentrated without a saddle.

Alli can work beautifully without a saddle, she just knows Im more unstable haha so I have to watch she doesnt buck in the canter lolz
     
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    05-24-2012, 10:13 AM
  #12
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Originally Posted by candandy49    
I had gotten my mare when she was an 8 year old and was always ridden Western. I used to do a lot of hand grazing with her and on one occasion I thought, "What a great idea to hop on her bareback while she grazed". Turned out to be a very bad idea. As soon as I got on her she bucked and to the dirt I went!! I dislocated a shoulder and came very close to hitting a tree. Some months later I tried again with a friend holding her while I used a step ladder with one foot on the ladder she laid her ears back. So much for wanting to ride her bareback. She is a wonderful saddle only horse.
yeah I possibly might try riding him bare with halter while my dad leads him. Not all that big of a deal but I maybe
     

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