- thanks for that info. ThirteenAcres
- thanks for your concern. I'm about to go ride her again, and hopefully will never come across this problem again, she's not a horse you can leave for a week and expect her to be somewhat okay. And she doesn't like going down the road on a good day - she has separation anxiety which is getting better but still has it. JoesMom
- yeah that's what I'm planning on doing, make the 'work' place a happy chill place and work her at home.
Skyseternalangel - I did - believe it or not, I lunged her for a long time, until she was submitting and working nicely, Jewelsb
- good point, I did hop off after a rear and lunge her right away - but I think cause it was right away she knew it was to do with the rear, I lunged her till she was dripping in sweat and puffing, poor thing, but had to be done... hopped back on and exactly the same rearing... wyominggrandma
- I understand completely - I've actually had a pony go over on me - and believe me - it felt completely different, she was unbalanced and didn't care, but yes, If she does rear again I will hop off and do some other 'punishment' on the ground - for my safety. BarrelWannabe
- thanks, but I don't want to scare her. smrobs
- like I said to wyominggrandma
I'm not going to do this again, I semi had to (no I didn't HAVE to) but because I didn't know she was going to be such a cow I stayed on her, then the rears started getting bigger, so I did something different (I lunged her and got my dad to lead me)
I wasn't looking for any critique. Or anything. I thought maybe someone would get slightly amused by it.