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Horses - Behavior Issues, Breaking and Training/Teaching a young thoroughbred to accept being ridden


gilli wrote at 2013-08-22 07:32:13
I have a mare un handled mare on way t meat works and so bought her thinking I could one day tame her. Three years later am no nearer its all on her terms.  I am gutted and really upset as I have t decide what to do with her. Its all on her terms eats carrot and apple out of my fingers tentatively. And from bucket in my arms but any move I make t take it bit further and she is gone. Tried the round pen and she will just rum round all day every day. She gets so far and that's it she isn't interested in anything else. I have given her three years bin patient and kind and tried and tried.  Am tired of trying and getting nowhere.  

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Karen Brooks


Happy to answer any behavioral questions about either handling or riding horses


Been racehorse trainer for ten years now, been riding trackwork for 20 and have show jumped evented and shown horses and ponies since a small child.

qualified Thoroughbred trainer, qualified pony club instructor

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