- - Bucking horse
|Annaland13 ||10-29-2009 03:39 AM |
How would you train a horse to stop bucking under saddle?
|CheyAut ||10-29-2009 04:53 AM |
Depends on the reason for the buck.
|BrokenWings ||10-29-2009 10:23 AM |
is he being naughty or is he in pain? I'd have him checked for saddle fit and soreness, most horses don't buck to be buttholes, they are trying to tell you they are hurting.
|gypsygirl ||10-29-2009 10:24 AM |
haha dont ask me, i am just getting back on after getting bucked off & breaking my arm ! haha
why or when is he trying to buck ?
|lexxwolfen ||10-29-2009 10:31 AM |
Can you give more information as to when he's bucking?
|Annaland13 ||10-29-2009 11:03 PM |
When you ask her to do something, or sometimes randomly.
|kevinshorses ||10-30-2009 12:40 AM |
Make him disengage his hindquarters. You have to find a way to make it not fun for him to buck.
|mom2pride ||10-30-2009 02:07 AM |
Either disengage his hind end to thwart a buck, or just push him foward; if the horse is focused on moving foward, he can't put so much effort into bucking.
|RedRoan ||10-30-2009 02:09 AM |
Don't pull them to a stop... keep their feet moving.
|Annaland13 ||10-30-2009 02:26 AM |
Ok, how do I disengage her hindquarters?
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