Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
Okay, so she sent you that e-mail, and yet you said in your very first post that she NEVER went to see the horse while he was at the trainer's.
So if that's the case, how would she have known all of this was taking place?
From everything that's written, it sure as heck doesn't seem like this horse is so much afraid, as he's been allowed to get away with bad behaviour.
He doesn't like to be bitted, so she rode him in sidepulls. He hated being girthed, so she quit riding him. He kicked, so she stopped messing with him.
Sounds to me like he's a brat, and just needs to go to a good trainer who can set him straight on just who is at the top of the food chain. Hint; it ain't him!
No way I'd have taken on a rearer, biter, or kicker, and to have it all in ONE horse? Oh hell no!
You're in way over your head with this beast, and unless you send him to a professional, you're likely to get your head kicked off.
Stop making excuses for him and get him professional training, or he'll be on a slaughter bound truck once you've gotten yourself hurt, or worse, dead.
There are far too many good, kind, sane horses out there for you to get killed over this one.
Last edited by Speed Racer; 11-05-2009 at 04:53 PM.