Join Date: Apr 2015
Location: Northern Florida
Sorry, I didn't see the post that you now have her at a different trainer. I am with the people that say there are very few horses that are untrainable. Honestly, when you say that she had cuts on her mouth, that would suggest to me some pretty rough handling. There are a lot of otherwise good horses, that if handled roughly enough to cause injury to the mouth, might pop up too.
I'm glad that you found another trainer for your horse. If I sent my horse to a trainer, I would expect for the horse to be ridden almost daily with a once a week lesson/ride for myself with the methods of training.