Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Gallant, Alabama
I did it because I wasn't really thinking at the time, just playing around, and honestly, I wasn't expecting it to work... But surprisingly he's got it down pretty good... I'm going to start pushing my legs forwards like I do when I stop him, only I'm going to keep a bit of pressure on him with my legs and cue him to backup...
Honestly, I get that I was extremely stupid to teach him the other way, but like I said, I wasn't expecting it to work... Lol.
Horseshoe Loop Farm: Home of Gypsie (1994 TWH mare), Dakota (2006 TWH gelding), Jo (2012 TWH filly) & Minnie (1992 Paint mare)