- - Our first breaker
|wild_spot ||11-17-2009 08:14 PM |
Our first breaker
So, Pepperum on here just bought a new horse - Just turned 4yo ASH/QH gelding. Unbroken, so we have been breaking him in... And it all seems to be too easy!
Anyway, here he is on his 3rd or 4th ride.
|Kansasbarrelracer ||11-17-2009 08:24 PM |
He sure is a handsome little guy! And doing so well on only a couple of rides!
congrats on him!
|wild_spot ||11-17-2009 08:29 PM |
Thanks! He is going too well it seems like - He trotted on his thrid ride, and on hsi first ride mastered stopping and backing up. He went to a rally day at PC on about his 4/5 ride, and cantered that day. he had a bit of a buck twice - neither time seriously and we just stopped him and continued on. Steering still needs a bit of work but go, stop, back, and moving off leg are all much better than we were expecting!
|mom2pride ||11-17-2009 10:54 PM |
He's a looker :D Good job on his training, he looks nice and relaxed.
I have to say too, I love Aussie style bridles, but they're so expensive here...Lol!
|reining girl ||11-17-2009 10:57 PM |
|wild_spot ||11-18-2009 12:49 AM |
Thanks! He hasn't really been anything but relaxed... Lol.
Mom2pride - Really? They are cheap as chips here, except show ones (i'm planning on getting a show one for $200). The one in that pic was about $20!
|ilovemymare ||11-18-2009 01:20 AM |
Well done! Where abouts in canberra are you located??
|MaloreyAnimal ||11-18-2009 02:19 AM |
He's a sweetie! Handsome. :]
|Gidji ||11-18-2009 02:34 AM |
He's such a pretty colour. How tall is he?
And really, Its odd how aussie bridles cost more in the USA. There's less leather on them, so you'd think they'd be cheaper.
|ilovemymare ||11-18-2009 02:41 AM |
When you put it that way Gidji it makes sence..
Like i never thought about it ayy.
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