Obviously, I don't want to jump on her back right now lol
I mean in the spring when she's 4 and when she's broken properly, I don't think I realy knew what I meant by that but basicaly as she dosent think theres monsters in the hedges and trees im not going to worry too much other than when I am on her back it will be a case of if you want to pull your head away then ill pull you too the right untill you give, too the left untill you give and so on yano that way I can deal with it without being physicaly dragged and fighting untill I have to turn her in a circe, which dosent realy teach her to give.
But again its exitment at home she always gives she's polite dosent pull even going in for her night time feed.
But im going to take her out again mabey with a different horse whom she actually cares about, see if its her being a teasing 3 yr old she will have to be told she the lower rank
If its exitment which I think it is, as she always gives at home its hard to teach her that if you get me?
And no one can stop a horse from being exited and she must be getting a huge sence of freedom.
As for the calmers
I got the vet in a month after I first got her as she came into season and was verry different, I rang her previous dealer owners as they had her for a year and asked if she had been in season yet and they said no.
When the vet came out he said she was a bit late and it was just the horemones verry unbalanced and I sould give her some horemone calmers to balance it out and that hopefully but next year she should be fine.
I took her off of them about 6 or 7 weeks ago so they could balance them selves out a bit which they seemed too
Then a week agos she came in again and has been tearing around her paddok like a loon and coming to sliding stops all over the paddok alot and infront of the gates so as I don't want to see her with her foot through them I thought id put back on it, and her behaviour out on the track is probably because of her hormones too,
As the vet said I need to keep her safe as at first I didnt want her to go on them
But its like us women and we know how we feel with pmt right?
Also he said some horses get tummy aches with it too and as she's having abnormaly long and frequent seasons it has to affect her.
Its just figuring the best way with her and as she's my babie I can't train her how I would others, I admit im a bit too soft when it comes to her but if im mean too her I feel so bad and its like she gives me those cute little 'mummy im sorry w..www..why
did you tell me off boo hoo hooo' eyes, yano?
Sorry im rambling a bit im just worried I love her so much and want to give her the best start so she enjoys going out as I hate being on a horse that dosent cos its like whats the point?