As some of you may know, I have recently gotten a dun half arabian 6 year old mare. She's a gorgeous mare, with a great temperament and lovely movement.
However the other day I was riding her in a new saddle I have gotten and she did a small buck. I had lost my reins and so I fell off. So now my mum has started working with her while I ride another horse to improve my riding. Anyway, so mum was lunging her the other day and Melody was behaving resonably well. But then mum said, 'canter' and mel started galloping. She said, 'woah' and mel stopped. Mum bent down to pick up the lunge whip and mel started galloping and bucking and rearing. Mel has never been a problem horse, but now she has started playing up whenever we work with her. Mum is much more experienced than me, so mel is going resonably well with her. But I was wondering is anyone as any good ideas on how to work with her. We are getting into the natural horsemanship and so if anyone has any particular good techniques for handling her, that would be great :)
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