Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Saskatchewan Canada
If she doesn't do it to you, then she could just be a one person horse. She thinks that since you are the only one who 'cares' about and for her, she should only listen to you.
I have known horse owners who have had a horse that will only let one person ride him or her. If another person would try and ride, they would get thrown, or the horse would put up a fight, but once the owner got on, they would be like the perfect horse.
In order to fix this, you may have to have other people ride her more often, show her that she has to listen to everybody and not just you, lead her around with someone on her back, or put a lunge line on her.
Last edited by Breezy2011; 12-29-2012 at 09:41 PM.