Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Alberta, Canada
I agree Cherie, 100%. Arabs typically detest being shoved around, and resent treatment they perceive is unfair. I don't think she is unpredictable at all, just done trying for humans that don't listen to her. I had a gelding identical. A friend picked him up at auction, he was run through with a halter on. I took one look at his papers and knew something was up. He was VERY well bred, gorgeous, and fantastically well built. I finally ended up talking to his old owner, and he was started for show, deemed insane by his owners and sold. They told me not to go near him, as he would kill me. He actually turned into a very good trail horse, and I sold him to a high profile endurance rider.
My advice would be to get her out of the arena, and cover some long, sweaty miles.