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post #11 of 16 Old 06-27-2008, 10:32 PM
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You said it was his first time back in the arena after a few weeks? Maybe he is just fresh. When I start working my horses on barrels after they've been "laid off" for a bit, they usually get fresh once they get running and warmed up a bit, but after a few times around the arena they've gotten all the spunk out.
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You said it was his first time back in the arena after a few weeks? Maybe he is just fresh. When I start working my horses on barrels after they've been "laid off" for a bit, they usually get fresh once they get running and warmed up a bit, but after a few times around the arena they've gotten all the spunk out.
i have also thought that! i hope its true...he does tend to be a consistent bucker lol

i have a rodeo sunday so hopefully he gets it out of his system by then :roll:
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post #13 of 16 Old 07-01-2008, 08:49 PM
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my trainer said never to pull them up. Always when they start to buck push them really hard forward then stop and back. It worked for my clydesdale!! Good Luck!!
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My horse isnt use to being ridden so today I got on her bareback with with just a rope halter and reins... I tried to reposition myself and spoked her...Lets just say I hit the dirt ,HARD

Maby your horse just got exited or spooked ?
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post #15 of 16 Old 07-09-2008, 04:42 PM
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my trainer said never to pull them up. Always when they start to buck push them really hard forward then stop and back. It worked for my clydesdale!! Good Luck!!

omg I clydesdale !!!!! That would really hurt to get bucked off...
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post #16 of 16 Old 07-09-2008, 06:03 PM
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[quote="omg I clydesdale !!!!! That would really hurt to get bucked off...[/quote]

Ya!!! My mom and dad got pitched off!!!! lol!! Wasn't funny then but it is now!! I've never got bucked of of him but I fell of of him at a gallop!! And he's really fast for a big horse!! lol

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