If you do any ground work, when the hors follows you as you run around, then I would love to see a horse NOT pinning it's ears and looking pissed off when you turn quickly. If I"m not making sense, I'll find a video
Exactly. Some horses will pin their ears when you do more intense things out of concentration. My horse will pin his ears when I do the "cutting" game or when I do quick turns because he feels the Drive come out in him. He's a very dominant horse. It's been my challenge to be able to work up to doing the more intesne things with him and have him still remain respectful. How you can tell the difference between "concentrating" ears and "mad" ears is if the horse is swishing his tail, he doesn't have much Draw to the human, he acts lazy-ish, looks disintersted and/or disengaged from the human, the human is working harder than the horse.....all those kinds of things.
I've got all the music picked and all my ideas are in place, but now it's raining....again.....and the ground is soaked and I don't have access to an indoor arena :( So I haven't filmed anything yet. I just need a break in the weather! That's all, is it so much to ask?? Lol