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Starting a new relationship doing a little amping

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    03-13-2013, 11:30 PM
Starting a new relationship doing a little amping

So, as I have been dealing with our new mare I have decided that I want to change some of the ways she has done things previously. She has not did anything really bad, just things I really don't like for my horses to do. I am going to start ground work tomorrow. With her. She is pregnant and very late in that so I have been slowly doing things. I have been hanging out in the field and just getting to know her ways and giving her time to adjust to me. My husband has saddled her or lead her with my kids. One thing I want to start on is leading. She tends to get ahead of us. So that will be my first thing to start. Wish me luck and ideas or comments welcome. Just wanted to keep up with our progress.
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