Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Cariboo, British Columbia
Yes, sounds like you need some hands on help from a trainer. We can type out pages & pages of stuff for you to do, but without having someone right there to help you, things can go bad very quickly. When the farrier gets there, ask him/her if there is anyone close by that could help you with this horse. Too many reasons and guesses what is happening, best to have an experienced horseperson help you out. Good luck, horses are fun and good exercise but you have to know how to work around them properly & safely otherwise it's the opposite of fun, it's dangerous.