Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: The woods in the mountains of Appalachia
Mystykat, my sister in law likes to do things when i'm not home, which is when each of the incedents have happened. I told her if she kept going after her when I wasn't there to correct it she was going to get seriously hurt, and she did. I love her dearly but she doesn't listen, she does everything half way. I told her if the filly kept up the aggressiveness towards her she was going to have to go, because she could end up very dangerous. Its hard to work with them all when I go to work, and she has school. I'll try my best, I just got some new equipment to help me along with my other horses. Thank You!
Saddlebag, i'll have to try that, I have a yearling colt who loves to bite too. Thank you!
CLaPorte432, selling or giving her away probably isn't an option, unless her dad or grandparents see it fit to do so. And I know my sister in law can't handle her, but she's out of her mare, so I can't do anything with out her family interfering. Thank You!
Thank you all for your helpful advice! I will be working with her!