Originally Posted by Petlover500
Well what would have the all mighty YOU have done?
Sorry I have got to take a break from this.
...u didnt tell me what to describe to do if my horse misbehaves. (which she 99.9% wouldnt)
If your considering training another child to ride then you should know the answer for yourself.
Every horse is different. First off you need to identify why your horse is bucking. Is it because they're excited, scared, nervous, resistant of work???
Again, all horses are different in
How to stop the behaviour. In racing if a horse bucked we just ignored it and made them gallop faster. When my 5 year old trakehner misbehaves and bucks I spin him so his face is near my knee and he gets very sick of it. He doesn't buck anymore and this method really worked well for him. I had a 22 year old pony who was a pain in the arse to ride. With her I just had to distract her and keep sessions fun because it's when things got repetitive and boring when set would buck... All horses are different like I said.
As for staying on just to 'keep calm' is rubbish advice. From what you said it makes me wonder whether your telling lies about being able to ride yourself. As you haven't mentioned balance or position in the saddle & stirrups once and that's the most important thing. Sent from Petguide.com Free App