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|Comment||Thank you! I've noticed he has stopped doing this lately and you're correct about asking him to move backward (I know now that's not what a horse does easily). If he ever does that again, I will just go alongside him, put my hand gently on his shoulder to let him know I am there to protect him, and look at what he's seeing. The birds in the barn are very very busy now. It's possible he's immediately noticing one. Thanks agai.|
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I can answer any question about English riding (pleasure and equitation), Western pleasure, transitioning into bitless riding, behavior, what to look for/how to buy a horse, & schooling issues. I can also answer questions about leasing contracts, as well as dealing with issues with boarders, barn managers, barn staff. Trying to find jobs with horses, or exercise riding jobs? I can answer questions about that too.
14 years total experience
4 years of initial professional training (as a rider)
7 years experience as an exercise rider
3 years experience as a trainer
Currently working as a full time stable hand/groom & assistant barn manager
I'm still learning everyday as working with horses is a learning experience everyday.
Veterinary Assistant Certified
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