Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Ontario, Canada
I don't know if any of you have seen her on here, but in other threads I have posted pics of a beautiful palomino QH mare I had. Guess what she used to be? A bronc horse.
I agree not all of them come out bad, some come out of it real well. She probably only did it for a couple years since we got her when she was 6, and she had a foal at 2 or 3yrs old...
But although she came out of it physically fine, this horse who was naturally timid of everything new, had mental scars from it. The first night we had her she busted through our electric fence, and LUCKILY a farm a few fields over saw her and caught her. It took us probably at least a month to let us walk up to her without running off.
And I could put a rope (like a lasso) around her girth fine, but the moment there was a cinch on her girth, she automatically went into a bucking fit. And she could really buck too :/
"It is the difficult horses that have the most to teach you" - Double Dan Horsemanship