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post #1 of 5 Old 03-20-2013, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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So i just had Annie read by an animal communicator, and im not sure what to make of the results.

I asked if Annie was i pain, and she said theres a slight on off ache in the front left elbow area. i cant think of anything that could be wrong there, shes not lame or anything, but ill do some message and see whats there i guess....

I asked about which discipline she likes, and the woman told me Anne sent her images of weaving, like poles or texas barrels. Annie was finished hunter, and picked up lead changes quickly. lately we've been doing some speed games, and i cant really decipher how she feels about it. SHe always gets her change at the barrel. but she does switch her leads willy-nilly in a straight line, and will change over even if you only hint at switching.
So maybe shes trying to tell me she wants to switch around, and maybe shes just uncomfy with her canter now and then...hmmm.

Anne wants me to keep my legs more still when we're riding, something i KNOW im bad about right now. havent been riding english much and my leg strength isnt what it should be.
And Anne told her very distinctly, lose the spurs.
like, yelled it, she said. the pic i sent was just of annie, so theres no real way she could ahve known about the spurs.... interesting.

shes good with giving lessons, but its not her favorite thing. She'd rather be a one person horse.
She ok with me working with the other horses, she doesnt understand it, but shes not too jealous.

she wants more carrots, and wants our rides to be more interesting, she gets bored easily (something thats obvious if you know annie lol)

All in all im not sure what to make of it. im going to try her on poles and some different barrel stuff for a bit, see how she goes. and lose the spurs, lol for now at least. What do you guys think of the authenticity?
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I think you will know when your horse truly wants to learn something.... not just because someone tells you that the horse is "telling you this"

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I tend to agree. Honestly, she loves to jump. The freaking mare flys. Barrels she's... confused. The spurs thing was interesting.....
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I tend to agree. Honestly, she loves to jump. The freaking mare flys. Barrels she's... confused. The spurs thing was interesting.....
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I don't think I've met one horse that actually LIKES spurs! And most riders in the western disciplines do wear them (especially barrel racers). Though I never do, since I'm always afraid I'll abuse them.
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So true turkish! i ride english, but Annie is pokey, so i use little stud spurs. i may try to find a rounded pair, but the keeping my legs still thing is good advice either way lol sometimes we do barrels for fun, since my barn isnt a jumper barn, i have NEVER done poles or anything, so i dunno...
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