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        11-24-2011, 07:23 AM
    lol I have a QH too, i'm just gaming him and showing him, so i'm using my pony who seems to know alot more tricks then my QH.
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        11-24-2011, 08:24 AM
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    Love to teach Buzz to lay down, would just make it that much easier when I wanted to get on bareback lol
        11-24-2011, 10:22 AM
    Lol, ya it makes sense! I am like 5'2" and my horse's withers are past my head
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        01-23-2012, 06:34 AM
    Originally Posted by whispering willow    
    Alright, so I was looking online (youtube) on horsemanship. And there was a video that kinda caught my eye. The video was horse trick training, lol who knew right?.... anyway once I saw that video I thought that, that would be a great use to me and my horses. And that girl who did that video has her website on how to do trick training, and there is many different levels. And right now i'm on level two and level two is when you start doing the training on your horse. I'm so excited! This looks like alot of fun!!!! Can't wait!! So this weekend coming up i'm going to go look for a rope halter for my miniature pony :)
    Would love to know what video clip :) my cob is learning how to bow he will do anything for a carrot lol
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