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        04-14-2009, 12:14 PM
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    Trick Training for Murray?

    As some of you have read before, I was having many troubles with Murray in just basic stuff (lunging, mounting, catching). Just like to say, we have both worked past all that, and are doing pretty good now. We both have the odd day where he will act up on me, but over all, pretty well good.

    Anyways, my question is this: Any tricks out there I can train Murray to do? Something simple would be nice. I would love to teach him to bow, or even walk off to some cone in the distance and come back (I read that one in a magazine, which I sadly missed place).

    Thank you.
         

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