I have finally given in and arranged for Sunny to have 30 days professional training. Yes, 30 days isn't much, but I just want her to get down the very basics.
For those trainers out there, or those who train their own, what do you like for a horse to know before you start them?
As of now Sunny saddles, has the basics of lunging, and can yield her hindquarters with a finger poke on the hip. She is used to carrying a rider at a walk while being led.
She leads fine, but can sometimes be a brat when she's tied.
The tying issue is what I'm working on the most right now, as well as learning how to stand patiently in general.
She "goes" in two weeks(goes in quotes because it's an on-site trainer), so what can I be working on until then?
Any ideas appreciated!
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