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desert country 06-14-2012 09:49 AM

feisty Veronica, how is her movement ?
 
Good for her that she doesn't know what green soft pastures and hooves
feels like :-) .


Feisty or not, she is very reliable ridden bareback

LetAGrlShowU 06-14-2012 10:18 AM

What exactly are you trying to get from this post? I dont know how her regular movement is, and i wouldnt necessarily think she'd be fiesty either, if the person in the round pen was more consistent and had some training themselves. Throwing yourself at the horse is bound to make them act up. Nothing about that round pen video says experience. Looks like green on green and around here that = black and blue.

On the bareback video, i only watched for a moment. Again... not sure what you are trying to accomplish? If i entirely missed the point of this post, please feel free to clarify. I assume you are in another country based on the background, so I don't want to make hasty judgements.. i udnerstand people do things differently everywhere.

If you truly want to make some progress with your mare, I would suggest youtubing some video of groundwork and lunging. I truly am not trying to be harsh, I just see the making of some serious mistreatment here.

desert country 06-14-2012 10:40 AM

not everything is about accomplish something
 
She is family,
not some sort of a breathing Tamagotchi game.
we just love her the way she is .

The country is Israel (south).

cheers,
Doron

LetAGrlShowU 06-14-2012 11:16 AM

No problem. I was just trying to understand how the title of the post and then the videos went together. Were you looking for advice, criticism, or maybe jsut showing off your horse? I just didnt understand the thread. THats all.

Welcome to the forum by the way. Take a look around some of the threads. You'll get an idea of how the titles correlate with post itself. It can help you gain more understanding of HorseForum.

Cheers


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