Originally Posted by Indyhorse
Agreed. I cringed a bit seeing her get between the horse and the wall, horse and the gate, etc, but as others have said, this is nothing like worst horsemanship ever - I've seen much worse in person. This was just someone inexperienced, but not really demonstrating complete and total lack of skills.
I find it amusing (in a not good way) that the sole purpose of the person posting the video on youtube was to point out what an incompetant idiot the person in the video was.
I really do not see how this person acted that much differently than many people would have in the same situation. (Not saying it was the correct response, just saying it is what most people would have done.) It does not take a stallion to have your horse suddenly forget they are with you and need to listen.