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  1. Klassic Superstar
    03-19-2011 10:31 PM - permalink
    Klassic Superstar
    OMG just looked at your art work, AMAZING! paint, draw anything you like, how much do you sell for?! IMA buying for sure!
  2. Klassic Superstar
    03-19-2011 10:29 PM - permalink
    Klassic Superstar
    I just got your message about painting one of Klassy's big bucks, feel free! I would just love to see it after! If I have money I will for sure buy it and maybe have you paint more! Thanks
  3. PintoTess
    03-11-2011 04:37 AM - permalink
    A new one....
  4. brackabrack
    03-10-2011 04:31 PM - permalink
    the more things i am rying to think off to make working more fun! i also notice he pays attention to the pole on the ground. the girls asked me if i wanted it removing or straightened out, but i said no, leave it as it is so he has to think about it.. and he seems to pay real attention!! i also notice you can see from his head when im asking for something, but i dont get it untill i asked a few times.. i know this is normal, but i need to train my own mind to think quicker so even he doesnt lose thought..
    Such a shame its began to rain out here.. its windy, cold and rainy.. which means the school that is deep enough already, will be muddy and flooded!! so his balance will be even worse arrgghh !!! lol.. silly British weather !!
  5. brackabrack
    03-10-2011 04:30 PM - permalink
    Yeah, his previous owner lost interest totally and wouldnt ride. shed barely be down long enough to do her jobs, feed him and go. you think his balance is terrible on this rein?? you should see him on the other!! thats awful!.. have you noticed hes running around on the same rein hes worked on in the videos? i just noticed that today looking through them all. i wonder if hes more confident in himself on that rein..

    I haven't rode him enough to work on either rein, i have basically improved is manners on the ground so if he does get spooked, he wont want to throw me off but get me away from the 'danger' too.. if you know what i mean. But now i am seeing him in a different way (as a toddler thats well behaved, but when challenged with something he doesnt understand he lashes out with frustration)..
  6. brackabrack
    03-10-2011 04:09 PM - permalink
    Funny you mention that !! Thats what i told his previous owner to do! She use to do it, but she used to try turn im the opposite way he was pulling, i kept him going the way he was pulling so he makes himself dizzy. then stand him, and ask for a straight walk in the direction i was heading before he began to pull. im uploading another video as i speak, ill post when its done.. i realise now i was on the wrong lead with trotting, but to be honest i wasnt paying attention as i was trying to keep him forward, the moment i stop thinking about him going forward to check what lead im on, hell come to an abrupt stop sending my rise in the rising trot onto his withers.. not very comfortable i must say!!

  7. brackabrack
    03-10-2011 03:50 PM - permalink
    Its never grown anything buy moss in the menage.!! its just badly kept!
    Yeah he wants to head to the gate right away, the moment his sight come in line with it he will pull me there, even if i turn his head away from the gate, hell still wander over with a strong step!.. unfortunatly that also meane if i want to do a circle at the top end of the menage, he will still see the gate and still pull to it. gets frustrating, but hes getting better. he used to walk straight to it and pop his head over. then he resorted to knocking your knee on the posts.. and then after 3 days, hes getting a distance. on the other rein hell slow right down and almost stop and near refuse to go forward away from the gate.. really dragging his heels away... if i trot him past, hell take himself to a walk and near stop, no matter how much i will him forward using my energy, my seat (im teaching him to ride with seat) my leg and voice.. nothing

    Believe it or not.. that was daytime !
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  9. brackabrack
    03-10-2011 02:29 PM - permalink
    Awww, that wasnt me saying "ya gob..*****." that was jays owner, and jay was lame on his front, and developed an abscess in his back.. hes not daft jay, he knows if he plays lame he wont get worked! I was the one panicking saying "dont jump the fence dont jump the fence", because i have seen him jump a metal fence before from stand still after hes been running around. Only thing is, he didnt jump high enough, he knocked it down and ended up on his knees! So i panic now!
    I thought youd like to see bracken in movement rather than pictures.. ill upload another vid and show him on his good behaviour in our 'menage' this is also where he is turned out.. with hay.. and thats why he kicks up his heels in that field!! Maybe you will have an understanding of him more when seeing this next vid. Hes turned out with jay, and in such a small area because of jays lameness and leg problems. Hense why he also gets bullied in the field with other horses, and why hes so 'sour' xx
  10. brackabrack
    03-10-2011 07:53 AM - permalink

    Thought youd like to see bracken (pink headcollor) running around :) xx

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    A homemom with a passion for horses. I love classical dressage and natural horsemanship.
    Bellevue, WA
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