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  1. New to Horses
    Hello All! This is my first post, indeed my reason for joining the forum, and I'd be really thankful if you all might weigh in and give me some pointers! A few months back, I purchased my horse, Chah, my first, and so far it has been a really wonderful experience (more or less...). We've been...
  2. Horses for Sale and Wanted
    I'm going to lease my horse, with an option to buy if its a good fit. Shy's a 9 year old 15hh Quarter Horse/Appy mix. He's a very calm, relaxed horse, not spooky at all and eager to please. He was started out Western, but most of the time I ride him English or bareback. Recently I've been...
  3. Horse Training
    So the horse I'm currently working with is quite green, and is afraid of things being put on his back. The owner had once forgotten how green he was, and plopped a saddle on his back, which is apparently the cause of his fear. When I first started working with him, it took me a good five...
  4. Horse Talk
    Hey guys, I just noticed this evening that one of my mares has gone a little head shy. I touched the top of her head/base of her ears this evening for a fuss and she went all head shy (like what horses known to be head shy do - move head higher, shake it Etc). She's never been head shy...
  5. Horse Training
    My horse has a very big and interesting past. I don't know most of it other than the fact that she was neglected and left in a field with nothing for 2 years of her life. She is the calmest horse other than one thing: she is water shy or rather, fly spray shy. I let her smell the bottle, letting...
  6. Horse Training
    My horses pasture mate is a sweet QH mare that was bought out of a pasture with another horse. I don't think that she had any experience with people before she bought and even now the guy that owns her(and the horse I lease) never does anything with her. I think she is just a doll so I decided...
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  7. Horse Training
    okay my moms 3 year old paint mustang. is head shy around his ear. he doesnt mine his face or around his eye. its hard to get a bridle on him or brush his mane. ive tryed to put my hand there and keep it there till he stops freaking out and then move my hand and do it again and he still freaks...
  8. Horse Training
    I am working a 5-year old very green and opinionated Saddlebred mare. She is very resistant to going forward, light on forehand, kicks out and does bucks when I insist on asking her with my legs. We get into it with her all the time - basically we have who is boss confrontations, when I keep on...
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