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Well i had a horse with no go! Now all she wants to do is go.. I like it. My trainer looked at her saddle, he told me to try his. Mine was sitting on her withers, which she has very high ones. So we put his on her, and off she went, trot, canter. No problem.. I have a fully broke horse, im a happy camper i tell ya, i thought she was just being stuboren but nope it was the saddle..
 

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I was just amazed on how this could change the horse!!! I was in shock when i asked her to trot with little effort and she took off. I just felt so relieved bye this!!!!
 

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Well ask yourself are you happier running in shoes that are too tight or shoes that are just right?
 

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i thought she was just being stuboren but nope it was the saddle..
Yep, there's very often a physical reason behind 'stubborn' or 'lazy'. :wink:
 
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