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what do you do with a horse that DOES NOT want you on its back

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        05-04-2012, 07:17 AM
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    Yearling
    Thank you, Natisha, for your very supportive and encouraging comment...one day I hope to get there!

    Every night, (along with now finally riding with an actual trainer who has TONS to teach for those like myself with TONS TO LEARN!) I spend time reading many of these training posts, in attempt to gain knowledge from the multitude of experienced trainers/horsepersons on this forum, as well as from those newish to this and trying to figure out specific challenging issues. I remain hopeful that eventually, a bit of everyone's expertise will slowly sink in via osmosis...in most cases, I have little if anything to offer the discussion (just as here), but I so badly, nonetheless, wish for each issue to be solved for the good of the horse and trainer. I do so hope for the same thing (obviously) in this scenario, as well. I will keep checking back and hopefully, something will show itself as THE REASON for this horse's "difficult" behavior...
         
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