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    06-19-2009, 01:17 PM
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Yearling
Another thought is, if your daughter hasn't ridden much, you might want to pony her off your horse (lead) so that her horse can't take off.

Riding next to a pasture with horses running, playing is difficult. We were next to a pasture once with a bunch of horses crowding the fence as we went by. Suddenly one of them let out a very loud fart and it scared all of them!! Once we got our horses under control, we were laughing, it even scared the horse that did it! You never know.......
     
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    06-19-2009, 06:50 PM
  #12
Yearling
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Originally Posted by danastark    
Another thought is, if your daughter hasn't ridden much, you might want to pony her off your horse (lead) so that her horse can't take off.

Riding next to a pasture with horses running, playing is difficult. We were next to a pasture once with a bunch of horses crowding the fence as we went by. Suddenly one of them let out a very loud fart and it scared all of them!! Once we got our horses under control, we were laughing, it even scared the horse that did it! You never know.......
LOL! That happened to me once. My sister and I were riding together in the ring once, when her horse lets one go. Willow took off running bucking, and was so nervous after because she had no idea where that noise came from.
     



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