04-21-2010, 12:09 AM
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What I do is leave them tied as often and is long as possible (even if it`s 15 minutes a day everyday), just tie him up and play with another horse, or do barn chores somewhere you can keep an eye on him. I have left some tied all day (at least a really long time... 6ish hours sometimes) if I have to. It will start to work, he's only 2 so he will get better with more experience and time. Once he gets good at being tied quietly in one place, move to another and another...
That's just what I have been taught, and have done...Some horses it takes a while though.
You could hobble train him also, if it gets really bad, or he wont stop...