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        02-20-2011, 07:25 AM
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    Oh she is :) my pro pic is off her:)
         
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        02-26-2011, 10:26 PM
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    Well not sure how she is or if you ride her or if your just starting her but anyway my horses I do the thing like walking her over a tarp ^^^ very very very effective .... some horses I have seen have built trust by like teaching treats .... I went to the world horse expo this afternoon and got to see the amazing tommie turvey he rescued a horse named blane as a mustang from the land burea association thing. He says that anyone can make their horse lay down. " Oh here just lays down that's easy the result is not important but more the way you teach him and the way you bond " Is what he said. I believe that its not that he did it and you bonded! It is the way you teach them is the way you bond. Something to think about for trust ...
         

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