I didn't like how she jerked him around in the last video. Don't know the horse though, of course.
But I think it was pretty unnecessary. Easier to get a horse to come down when you're not yelling at him too. I find If I lower my voice and ask for a "whoa" in a calm, soothing voice the horse is more likely to come down. When I'm using the tone of voice she'd using I'm asking for the horse to GIT up. Not come down.
Just my observations.
Lovely looking horse.
I give myself very good advice, But I very seldom follow it
Last edited by Gillian; 01-16-2010 at 09:13 PM.